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Pc fuel controller, left over piece.

Hello, I'm in the process of installing a power commander fuel controller. Making the connection to the throttle valve was just by feel. It was very difficult not having removed the throttle bodies, which was a step I wanted to avoid. But putting it all back together, I found that the software was not displaying the throttle %. Looking around what could be seen where the connection to the tps was, I found a small plastic bit. Searching the net I did find that it was what is referred to as Securing Element 12527688500. Does anyone know what this does? The diagrams at Max just show the piece.
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Probably going to get the same answers as last time.
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