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Old 08-04-2014, 07:34 AM
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Manuals have TPS?

I have a 95 f2 that i converted to a manual and i installed a computer for a manual.

Im trying to trouble shoot a high idling problem and at the point of just replacing electronics.

The guy at Napa said theres no TPS for manual trans trucks. That its only there for the automatic

Is this true??
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O and sry its a 5.8l motor
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Oh boy... typical know-nothing parts store employee. Although I'd expect better walking into a NAPA.

Yes manual trans trucks have a TPS, it's used for the EFI system. When computer controlled auto transmissions came out then it was also used for them instead of a kickdown cable.
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Ok sweet thats what I thought. Thanks for the help. Im hoping this finally fixed my high idling problem
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