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Old 04-06-2006, 03:55 PM
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OK everyone, I have a little problem. The check engine light came on in my 2001 PSD, and the throttle did not work. It would idle but nothing else. I will have to wait till Saturday to pull any codes. ALSO, there is a rumbling noise on the right side about where the turbo is located. No noise at idle, only going down the road. The truck runs great. Any ideas ? Please ? Help ?

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OK everyone, I have a little problem. The check engine light came on in my 2001 PSD, and the throttle did not work. It would idle but nothing else. I will have to wait till Saturday to pull any codes. ALSO, there is a rumbling noise on the right side about where the turbo is located. No noise at idle, only going down the road. The truck runs great. Any ideas ? Please ? Help ?

Gary
check your inside fuse panel....let me know if fuse 19 (10 amp fuse) is blown....if it is do not replace it...the new one will blow too..........Marc
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I will have to check it out, but what is that particular fuse for ? That way I amy be able to check out something for the problem. Thanks
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I will have to check it out, but what is that particular fuse for ? That way I amy be able to check out something for the problem. Thanks
that fuse controlls a lot of things....but it controlls the overdrive cancel button on your shifter knob.....the wires can fray and cause an arking...which blows the fuse and creates this problem......Marc
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Thanks Marc, I will check it out tomorrow after I get home from work. At least that gives me something to look at till I get to my friends shop to check any codes. Any ideas about the rumbling noise on the right side ? Sound like its under the dash where the turbo is. thanks
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Thanks Marc, I will check it out tomorrow after I get home from work. At least that gives me something to look at till I get to my friends shop to check any codes. Any ideas about the rumbling noise on the right side ? Sound like its under the dash where the turbo is. thanks
could have an exhaust leak starting at the y pipe....or it could be an exhaust hanger has come loose and the exhaust is vibrating against something.......
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Old 04-13-2006, 02:25 PM
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Just a little FYI on the "check engine light" problem. The code came up po221 which was the accelerator pedal sensor. But I guess I can not just buy the sensor. I have to get the whole pedal assembly. Oh well, I need it I guess and its $130 from the dealer. Has anyone else had this sensor go out ?
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Hey Greasy Spot! Just going through old posting looking for the same engine code! Consider yourself lucky! My truck just went out with the same code and the assembly is listed by the dealer at $850.00

My friend using his shop discount can get it down to $450.00. Can you tell me your supplier?

Bcrow@newhopetel.net Thanks!
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