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P2106 is an informational code and is usually set by some other fault.
This DTC means is that the PCM detected a fault with the electronic throttle
control and went into fail safe mode. It doesn't tell you specifically
what system or component went haywire, just that something was wrong,
the PCM didn't know what to do so it went to a known good operating
parameter, in this case fail safe mode. Likely is a problem with the TPS sensor and will need to be replaced.
I had a prolem with my 1998 Ford Explorer XLT. The 4wd indicator light would randomly start to blink while moving and when I flipped the switch to 4wd hi or low it would engage but easily disengage and the indicator lights would not come on. I was hearing a grinding sound coming from my hubs so I replaced both front hub assemblies and the light stopped blinking and 4wd hi/low works great now. it was about 300 bucks for the hub assemblies and only took me an hour or two to change.