I will have to look up the sweep resistance and pinout specs, and can for you if you like. I am off for a few days though so I cant get the exact specs for you till later in the week.
HOWEVER... the 2000 ohm scale should be what you use. I am thinking it should read in that range somewhere.
Not sure on pinouts, but ones own logic should be able to decipher it.
You cant hurt the TPS hooking a meter to it, so find the 2 pins that have the constant resistance across them , no matter where the tps is turned to, and you have the static circuit, or the power on circuit. The lead that is left will be the posistion value circuit that is hooked to the "wiper" or arm of the device. You can have the one lead on the posistion value (variable part or wiper) pin and the other lead on either one of the static (constant ohms value) circuit and you will be good to go for the test.
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