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What color is the wire for tps aka throttel position sensore

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With the 5.4 engine
violet/white--- tps reference
gray/white ------ tps 1 signal
orange/lt. blue -- tps signal return
gray/red ----- signal return
red/white ---- reference voltage

with a 6.0 diesel

tan--------ref. volts
yel/white- apps 1 signal
blk/org---- signal ret.
white/red- apps 3 signal
gray/blk--- apps 2 return
white------- apps 2 signal
blk/white-- aps2

hope this helps

Posted on Mar 27, 2014

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