I've searched the forum and couldn't find a awnser. So I had my throttle body rebuilt by throttlebodys.com. When they where rebuilding my throttle body they sent me a email saying my tps was on backwards and so I told them to put it on the right way. Well when I got my throttle body back yesterday I went to install it and found the reason the other owner had it on backwards is cause the forrester intake manifold. The tps sits too close to the manifold to where you can't put the clip on. So I turned it 180 degrees and installed it yesterday and now the car is acting funny. When your driving and come to a stop the rpms will stay up. When the car is idling and you rev it the rpms will not come down. Is there anyway to fixs this? I plan on going with dsmlink and I know you can set the tps with it so will that solve my problem? Any help would be great and thanks in advance.
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