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Old 03-03-2013, 06:22 PM
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It looks like it is separate and costs about $55.
Ya I called auto zone and they can get it in 3 days for $83.
I'm gonna call dealer in morning and see if they have it in stock. Thanks
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Old 03-03-2013, 06:28 PM
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I highly recomed oem for all sensors. Much better quality. Check all the wiring to see if you have a worn, pinched, chewed wire. I had a rat move in to the engine valley that caused me some issues.
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Old 03-03-2013, 06:50 PM
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Tousely ford is a sponsor here. If you can wait a day or two they sell OEM for 10% over cost, better sometimes then local.
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Where is here?
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:04 PM
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Right here is one of their Threads..you can just PM them or ask it there.

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Old 03-05-2013, 11:36 AM
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Well I replaced sensor and it did nothing. Still in limp mode and still says accelerator pedal D circuit high even after I cleared codes. Any suggestions ?
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Well I replaced sensor and it did nothing. Still in limp mode and still says accelerator pedal D circuit high even after I cleared codes. Any suggestions ?
Only thing I am coming up with is to recheck your connections at the sensor. Check the pedal and surrounding to see if maybe something is bent.

Check the pins in the wiring harness for the pcm. check for bent or pushed pins or any dirt or something.
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Only thing I am coming up with is to recheck your connections at the sensor. Check the pedal and surrounding to see if maybe something is bent.

Check the pins in the wiring harness for the pcm. check for bent or pushed pins or any dirt or something.
Alright thanks. Called dealer they won't help till I give then $95. Which pissed me off sense I've spent $1500 just in parts from them in last few months.
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Alright thanks. Called dealer they won't help till I give then $95. Which pissed me off sense I've spent $1500 just in parts from them in last few months.
To top it off my mirrors stopped folding in with button, I can hear it click but they don't move, and drivers side won't extend anymore. Lol. I think I got a lemon
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To top it off my mirrors stopped folding in with button, I can hear it click but they don't move, and drivers side won't extend anymore. Lol. I think I got a lemon
Just manually fold and unfold and then they should work.
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Just manually fold and unfold and then they should work.
Took truck to dealer and they said the new sensor I bought from them must be bad so there gonna try another one. They couldn't find any other reason for limp mode. Of course they had to order it so I'll know I there right on Monday.
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Highly unusual to have another bad sensor but I suppose it could happen.
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Highly unusual to have another bad sensor but I suppose it could happen.
My thoughts exactly, guess I'll know Monday
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