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2008 Ranger 500 EFI 4X4 - Need TPS Baseline voltage setting

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    2008 Polaris Ranger 500 EFI 4X4

    Would any of you happen to have the baseline voltage setting for the TPS adjustment on a 2008 Ranger 500 EFI? I have read some threads that mention setting the baseline using a cigarette paper to hold the throttle plate open enough. The manual shows the setting on the TPS to be 1.12 volts at idle, but I suspect a previous owner has adjusted the idle adjustment screw as when I set the TPS to that voltage the engine idles too high. Any help will be appreciated.
     

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