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rough idle and breaking up after cps change

truck was throwing cps code but ran descent just would cut off if u didnt let it run for a lil before driving but i changed the cps truck idles rough and runs like complete crap when you drive i have an edge tuner after taking the tune completely off it doesn't bust up as bad but still does any ideas im new to diesels i need your help thaank you

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it was running fine before but now it fubar

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What brand CPS did you put in there? Does all the wiring check out ok too?
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Put the original one back in. Idc if it had a code. They will throw codes and be fine.
White is right. Which CPS was it?
There was a thread one time detailing which CPS from IH or Ford was the better one. I'll dig.



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i bought it from a local parts store i can remember what brand but what how much is a cps from ford cause i threw the old in a Dumpster before i realized that it ran like donkey

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In that link they are saying 30ish



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alright guys went to ford bought a new cps grey in color and change the sensor ....guess what it fixed my problem so dont by your sensors from a advance autoparts strait out the box it was bad but didnt throw a code thank you for the help o and the sensor was like 36 dollars so it was a cheap fix ... btw my truck is forsale for 10000 obo shoot me a text if intrested 3347820476 located in Montgomery Alabama

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