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Coding a 2106 and a 2135 on 2006 Ford Expedition. Replaced the Throttle monitor sensor and cleaned the throttle body. Drove car and it ran good but next time it did the same thing. Engine failsafe and engine light back on and coding same codes

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You need to determine if the ETC Failsafe is from a
bad throttle body motor (TACM) or coil misfires that are
putting it into failsafe.

The TPS Sensor you replaced,wasn't likely the issue.

Put in new spark plugs
The champion 1 piece ones 7989-- from Napa CHA 7989

You will need the Lisle 65600 Broken Spark Plug Remover Tool
as you will get a couple OEM 2 piece glued together ones break.

Remove PCM from fire wall to get to #4 Plug on pass side

Change the front O2 Sensors at 100,000 miles & clean the MAF
Sensor & Clean the Throttle Plate again.

Posted on May 22, 2011

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