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Old 01-03-2010, 08:27   #1 (permalink)
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Question Loss of Throttle Responce/Hard Down Shift@45mph

While driving my 2005 F150 the throttle just stops working. RPM's drop to 800 and motor stays running. If I shut the motor off and restart it works fine again. This has happened two times. I also am experiencing a hard
down-shift @ 40/45mph. Transmission not sure about gear selection.
Pulled code for TPS & or Sensor @ Pedal. Ford Tech says I have to replace Complete Throttle Body Assembly however NAPA, Auto-Zone and Advance have Sensor only listed from $50.00-$90.00.
I haven't checked with Ford Yet.
Anyone have any guidance in this area of repair.
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