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Angry Loss of Throttle/Accelerator

I am at my witt's end! I have a 2005 F250 6.0 PSD. it has a banks 6 gun (disconnected for now) EGR Delete, and new oil cooler. I have also done a head gasket job in the last several hundred miles but less than 1000. a couple of times it has given me a SES indicator and lost throttle control. the codes I am getting are P0237 and P2285. I took the turbo apart, cleaned it up and re-installed to no avail. It did not look all that bad and was not sticking but did have a little carbon build up. I have also replaced the MAP sensor, The ICP sensor and pigtail and the Accelerator/TPS module. Can anyone give me another direction to look. I have also been through the wiring harnesses looking for shorts, grounds or bad wire and just cant seem to find anything.
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Well chit you changed all the parts that would be suspect for the dead pedal in My book

I would go through connectors and check them


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just to clarify the TPS module is part of the pedal assembly and is replaced as a unit

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just to clarify the TPS module is part of the pedal assembly and is replaced as a unit
correct
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it sounds like he may not have replaced the whole unit by his wording??
so I was clarifying what He had done but the ICP harness when failed on mine was a dead pedal so and is his code is a ICP code anyway

otherwise a TPS would refer to a reference voltage out of range code IIRC

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The come as a complete unit when you buy a new pedal from ford, so he must have??????????
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It is a complete assembly on the 05. As far as wiring, I have checked back into the harness several inches from where the pigtail on the icp ties in. There is no pinches or crimps along the entire harness. Another question I have is what codes will come up for the ebp sensor and will it cause a dead peddle?
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