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Tps conector problem

Hello friends, checking my raptor I found this .. Can the connector be replaced? What would the part number be? Thank you

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If there is a problem, I don't see it. If you are talking about the pins, and you didn't put them there, the previous owner did. That's for attaching meter leads so the TPS can be adjusted. You could do cut them shorter or pull them out and put the boot back on. If you're concerned about moisture, a small dab of silicone will seal them.
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If there is a problem, I don't see it. If you are talking about the pins, and you didn't put them there, the previous owner did. That's for attaching meter leads so the TPS can be adjusted. You could do cut them shorter or pull them out and put the boot back on. If you're concerned about moisture, a small dab of silicone will seal them.
What do you think is the reason to put them? I'm worried about taking them off and that something stops working
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When adjusting the TPS it is necessary to attach meter leads to the wires. This is easily done by piercing the wires with pins, needles or similar. This doesn't hurt anything and the pins can be removed while holding the wires for support. I doubt it will happen, but if by chance a wire does pull loose it can easily be snapped back in the connector.

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When adjusting the TPS it is necessary to attach meter leads to the wires. This is easily done by piercing the wires with pins, needles or similar. This doesn't hurt anything and the pins can be removed while holding the wires for support. I doubt it will happen, but if by chance a wire does pull loose it can easily be snapped back in the connector.

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Now I understand, the tps told me it was new so everything makes sense, I will cut them a little, thank you very much friend
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