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No insturments, No Throttle.... Please Help

Hey Guys,

I have a 2001 F-450 7.3L

Problem = No Power to Instrument Panel, Throttle not responding.

After reading on the Fourms I found the root of the problem was an Exposed/Frayed Wire for the OD Switch in the steering Column.

I taped up the wires and replaced the #45 10amp fuse, however I'm still having the same problem but now the Fuse is not blowing out.

Before I could replace the fuse to fix the problem. As a Temp Fix so I could get it back to my Shop.

Anyone have any ideas?
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Have you read through this:

https://b7445ba3-a-62cb3a1a-s-sites....attredirects=0

(it's got wiring diagrams and stuff in it...)
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had the same problem on my 02 250 i repaired the od wires with no luck ran a code reader and it turned up as a tps throttle positioning sensor luckily for me it was just the fuse i needed hope that helps
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Thanks for your responses guys.

All Fuses are Good, The TPS was replaced about 3 months back, and the Instrument Cluster is still non responsive.

Doe's anyone have a complete wiring diagram for the Model and Year?

My Mobile Diesel Mechanic and I think it is a problem with the fuse box? any thoughts?
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I had the same problem on my 01 Super Duty, when I would push OD it would kill everything had to replace entire clock spring to fix problem in addtion to shifter
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