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OK I'm sorry. I know there are lots of threads on this and I think I read them all.
A lot of people recommend disconnecting the TPS sensor before spraying tuner in manifold. Am I disconnecting the physical linkage or the wiring harness ?

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There is no reason to disconnect either.  
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If you disconnect the TPS wiring plug the engine will stay at idle if you open the throttle plates to spray tuner in the intake. With this method too much tuner spray will flood the engine and it will stop running.
With the TPS connected you can move the throttle lever to bring engine speed up to 1000 rpm and give it a heavier spray of tuner.

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Got it. Thanks
Makes sense now
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