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Old 03-21-2007, 07:37 PM
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code 63 tps sensor

Ok guys got the eng lite on and pulled the codes and 63 and 98. So the default is on and tps is in low voltage. Who has had this prob? Any help would be great it is on one of my 4 plow rigs. thanks Eric......
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My buddy has an 86 Bronco II and he ran that code, we replaced it and his truck began to run much better. Buy the sensor and replace it, Its only two screws. It took him all of 5 min to get the old one off and the new one on.
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Just went out and pulled the plug and pushed it back in and poof the warn lite cleared so got to see if it works. After all the ice storms the rig has been beat to death so it might have been just a lose plug. It started when the outside temp raised over 50 deg. So I think it might have just been loose plug.
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I DID THAT AND IT WORST I CANT GET IT TO RUN FOR ****
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