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Are these good CPS?

Even though my CPS was replaced with a ford part in 2010, I am figuring on buying another one in case it is the culprit for my surging issue.

Should I buy one of each of these, or is there a better CPS to find?

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Smile CPS

Go to Dieselstorm and get the International one, mines fine on it
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Well those are international ones lol. They have two different varieties based upon your block number. They just looked different from others that I have seen, even though they are the same part number.

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As far as I know, the purple o-ring means they are the 'new-est and improved-est' CPS from Ford.
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The ones from the dealership are half that cost.

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Yeah, people have complained about the dealer ones though.

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The ones from the dealership are half that cost.
My truck ran like piss on the new CPS from the dealer...not sure why but it just wouldn't idle smooth.
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Hum, that interesting. I install them under the recall all the time with no issues... I also get to keep the old black sensors

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LEDs and HIDs, Ranger shift knob, RiffRaff Billet wheel
Black, Tan interior.

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