My 2005 F350 5.4L 3V is throwing DTC P2104 and P2135. From my research, it appears that the "Throttle Position Sensor" needs to be replaced. The Part# is 6L2Z9B989C and costs $59.98 at FTEPARTSGUY.com.
How difficult is it to replace this part? Do I need to have the PCM re-flashed as part of the repair?
2005 F-350 XL, 4X4, RCLB, 5.4L 3V, TorqShift®, 4.10 LS, K&N CAI Kit, SCT Livewire w/ Custom Tunes from 5 Star Tuning
It's fairly easy. Just disconnect the battery, remove the air intake plastic housing at the throttle body, replace the sensor, clear the code; then everything should be OK. I also would check for any shorted or grounded wire from the sensor to the GEM too.
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Originally Posted by Furian
I replaced the throttle position sensor today... that was the problem. Thanks for your help khangmia!
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Just wanted to say thanks for posting this. Autozone read the codes from my 2006 F250, P2106 & P2135. Found this post, changed out the TPS and no more hesitation or sputtering. AND $60 instead of $460 - nice.
Yesterday, my 2005 Expedition dash lit up with an array of service lights & messages (check engine, throttle body sensor, etc.), and shut down during driving. Dealer advises problem was with throttle body sensor & along with a number of other issues, recommended replacing sensor PLUS full cleaning of fuel injectors. Expensive procedure, and had just had dealer do a carbonic flush of injectors about 20,000 miles ago (currently have 90K miles).
Anyone feel strongly about the reccomendation to flush and manually clean all injectors in the 2.4L 3V?
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