This is the mechanical result of running through the "Adjust ISCV" option in the program. This is mainly to verify that the resulting mechanical operation is correct after swapping my throttle body assembly.
First I made sure the TPS was set properly at .60 with the arm resting on the adjuster screw.
I also made sure there was .5mm clearance between the arm and the roller before I started.
The I started "Adjust ISCV" in the tests page. This asked to verify voltage of TPS, which was true at .60v. This is what was also reported in the diagnostics page.
Then i checked clearance and it was still a good .5mm
Then I double clicked on "Adjust ISCV" and the voltage rose to .75. It toggled back and forth, the arm, between .60 and .75. I then double clicked "Adjust ISCV" again.
Then 15 seconds later all was done however the arm never came to rest on the screw. It rests slightly above the screw here.
When I run the process again it backs off. Perhaps it's slightly elevated when cold and settles down when warm? That is the only thing I can think of. Just wanted to check