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Cps code after washing....no go above 1800 rpm

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Tool the truck to the dirt like i've plenty of times, washed her right after like i do everytime.

This time tho im gettin a cps sensor code and she will not go above 1800rpm at all...bucks and says "no sir i wont".

No smoke, starts and drives at 100% until 1800rpm...


Were is the cps located(picture would be awsome) and what do you guys think could be causing this? Im assuming water on plug or shorted wire.

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what is the code#
Check your ICP it's either on top of pass valve cover or under turbo depending on month of build.Water could cause it to do that dry it out.


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A CMP code? Chances are it's due to excessive cranking or moisture in the plug at the sensor. Left side of block near the front.

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Well the cps sensor about crapping out

Died in the parking lot, had to take a screw driver and give it a licking and she fired back up.

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