Question about 1993 Ford F150 SuperCab
This is an easy fix. The TPS is on the drivers side of the Airhorn. The Airhorn is the metal part behind all of the Air filter plastic ductwork.
The TPS is mounted with 2 screws and has 1 electric connector. The only part to mess up is the matching of the slot and ridge on the Butterfly shaft. These contact areas must fit together before you screw the part into place. There is an elongnated slot for one side of the TPS and it allows for a slight RPM adjustment when tilted.
I do not know what problems you are trying to fix, but on V-8 engines there is a channel underneath the Airhorn that can get sooted up. Later it will code "Insufficent EGR flow". With the Ductwork off there are only 8 bolts to remove for the Airhorn and 1
$10 gasket to replace. People have reported their vehicles run much better after cleaning this channel. Good Luck on your repair.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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