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91 for d f-150 error code 998

Recently did an eec-iv test with 2 error code first code 126 which is my map sensor second code 998. I am waiting to get a new map sensor should be here by Saturday. But with code 998 where do I start to fix this

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Hi,

Error code 998 means .......Fault in ECT/ACT/MAF/TPR circuit.

follow the below link for more Information>>

http://www.troublecodes.net/Ford/eec-iv.shtml

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