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$$$ Pedal Assembly

$500.00 for a pedal assembly just so I can replace the TPS? Is this right or am I getting scamed???
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Both. Dealer does not sell just the sensor, and bends you over for the whole assembly. Dorman makes a replacement sensor. Or you can go fishing for a pedal assembly in the Classifieds sections of the various Ford/diesel forums like this one.
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Is that price from the dealer?

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I think it was $450 and change but pretty sticking close
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Go junkyard hunting would be your best bet if you just want to replace the sensor. Maybe you can score some other sweet parts too


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I've tried that, everything was already picked through. And I've tried the one the local autoparts store sale but it dosn't fit correctly.
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I'm on my way to a yard right now I'll let you know If I can get you one


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I've tried that, everything was already picked through. And I've tried the one the local autoparts store sale but it dosn't fit correctly.
I had the same problem! Order the dorman tps online. I think the part number for the dorman is 699-200. I ordered the tps from a couple different part stores before i finally got the right one from napa. The part number on the one i got from napa is 699-201. ....hope this helps!

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I had the same problem! Order the dorman tps online. I think the part number for the dorman is 699-200. I ordered the tps from a couple different part stores before i finally got the right one from napa. The part number on the one i got from napa is 699-201. ....hope this helps!
I'll head to NAPA this weekend, thanks
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I'll head to NAPA this weekend, thanks
I hope you check back before you head to napa!!! I just checked the box my new tps came in. The part number on the box is 610-1089(part number 699-201 is molded into the plastic housing on the tps). Sorry if i've caused any confusion, but i was at work when i posted my first reply! I paid around $60 for mine, but saw the dorman part 699-200 online for around $28-$30.

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