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    So wait a minute, the sensor kingdill referenced does NOT work, due to having opposite direction of rotation?? (I wonder which one he bought then...hmm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiPeRcO View Post
    So wait a minute, the sensor kingdill referenced does NOT work, due to having opposite direction of rotation?? (I wonder which one he bought then...hmm)
    I was wondering the same thing. I researched Honeywell's web site and they only offer the sensor, in this package, in a single rotational direction. I next went to review kingdill's photos to see if there were any visible part number on the component. Darn, he utilized some photo hosting web page to upload his photos at and they are no longer visible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiPeRcO View Post
    ... opposite direction of rotation?? (I wonder which one he bought then...hmm)
    Well, do check my work.

    CCW shaft rotation for the OEM TPS to increase voltage output, correct?

    I presume Honeywell meant CCW when looking at the end of the sensor input shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martincom View Post
    ... review kingdill's photos to see if there were any visible part number on the component. Darn, he utilized some photo hosting web page to upload his photos at and they are no longer visible.
    September 9, 2019 - hosted images will no longer be viewable on 3rd party websites. Because we are an anonymous hosting site and therefore cannot provide notice by e-mail to our users, we have opted to replace all hosted images with a temporary message directing them to this notice.
    September 16, 2019 - last day for TinyPic account holders to access their accounts and download their images.
    So apparently we have one day remaining to download his old images?

    Not sure how exactly...

    http://tinypic.com/

    And this, sheesh
    if you do not view the image up to 90 days since the last time you viewed it, the photo will be automatically deleted from TinyPic. Due to this, TinyPic might not be an ideal photo hosting site for you if you are looking for a permanent location to store your photos. However, it is still a good option for those who want to upload photos and share them quickly through social networking portals.

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    On the website it says high voltage cw and low voltage ccw. I’ll have to go look at mine but is that the wrong way for us?

    According to K447’s post above it seems so.
    Last edited by Mockingee; 09-15-2019 at 07:27 AM.

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    ****update'** must be counter clockwise rotation with the 90**

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingdill View Post
    ****update'** must be counter clockwise rotation with the 90**
    I can’t find anything on Honeywell’s website that mentions this sensor being available in anything other than cw rotation. Granted I’m no expert so maybe I’m just overlooking it.

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    Yea when I made the sensor I knew something was off , had to post my results

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingdill View Post
    ****update'** must be counter clockwise rotation with the 90**
    Yes, please do tell us the part number, and where you purchased it?

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    In my opinion the exact shape and the fully enclosed plastic housing is the critical bit. Otherwise naked TPS won't last long unless super cheap and changed often.There were earlier posts with a manufactures P/N for that sensors that other members got it to work.


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