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Truck will not start...it want to but goes tp fail safe mode....obdii codes 2111,2014,2135...it was running last new engine....new coolant sensor, new cam sensors,new plugs,.....

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CODES P2111 AND P2014 ARE THE THROTTLE ACTUATOR, THERE IS NO THROTTLE CABLE, THE SYSTEM IS FLY BY WIRE, THE THROTTLE BUTTERFLY IS OPENED AND CLOSED BY THE MOTOR OF THE THROTTLE ACTUATOR, THIS IS CONTROLLED BY THE GAS PEDAL POSITION SENSOR SIGNAL TO THE PCM (POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODUAL), U WILL NEED TO REPLACE THE THROTTLE VALVE ASSEMBLY, THE WHOLE THING IS A UNIT, THE COST IS AROUND $300.00 USD'S
P2135 IS THE THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR VOLTAGE OUT OF CORRELATION WITH GAS PEDAL POSITION SENSOR,

HERE IS WHAT U NEED TO DO, VERIFY THAT YOU HAVE NO DEFECTIVE WIRING, THAT THE CONNECTORS TO THE DEVICES OR CLEAN AND TIGHT AND NO CORROSION OR DAMAGED WIRES IN THE CONNECTORS OR THE HARNESS, IF NOTHING IS FOUND AND THE THROTTLE ACTUATOR IS PROPERLY CONNECTED AS WELL AS THE THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR ON THE THROTTLE BODY REPLACE THE THROTTLE BODY AND ALSO HAVE THE PCM FLASHED BY FORD IF REQUIRED FOR THIS PROBLEM, CHECK WITH FORD ON THIS RE-FLASH OF THE PCM TO SEE IF YOU ARE COVERED, THE NUMBER FOR THE 1ST TSB WAS 05-09-15.

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