Question about 2004 Ford F350
It seems that this is actually reffering to the Idle Control system and the Accellerator control system. Both these areas are link so you will need to check each one separately to find the fault.
First check the accelarator cable operation, it should be smooth and not bind or catach at any part of the movement.
There is a position sensor attached to the side of it and there could also be a problem with this.
So your model may have just the TPS sensor on the side or both TPS and cables.
To check the TPS operation you need to check that it is getting a voltage supply to the switch and then as the pedal is depressed down check that the output voltage is porportionate to the travel of the pedal.
So check this area first and let me know what you find, or if you need more information
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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