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Code P0221 and blown fuse 19

Have a 2000 Ford F-250 and while driving it will just stop accelerating. Found Fuse 19 keeps blowing out. When this happens all the gauges except the tach stop working. Engine continues to run but can not rev it up or move anywhere. Found code P0221. Could this be a bad throttle pedal causing the fuse to blow?
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Found my problem. Wiring going to shift lever were shorting out and blowing the fuse.
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shift lever wiring is shorted , well i see you have already fixed it , sorry


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Is this the actual wire inside the shift leaver? if yes I guess it dealer only part?
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THANKS FOR THIS POST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I had NO pedal response this morning when I started the truck. I noticed that all the gauges dropped to "zero" when I put it in reverse. When I mashed the go pedal I had nothing. Read this....pulled fuse #19 and found ir blown. It was piggy backed with the fuse supplying my pillar gauges. Pooped in a new 10A fuse and all is good.

How do I get the cover off to look for the short? I always end up breaking somethimg when I start prying plastic parts off?

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This is the best link for that I think....

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Great links on this site for #19 fuse blows.. I followed the directions and removed the ignition cylinder, the tilt wheel lever, the plastic column covers, traced down the OD wire that runs down the shifter (under the rubber boot at the base of the shifter), and I found the tiniest bare spot in the black wire. I taped it with electrical tape and put it back together. Case closed....finally...after 45 fuses replaced and a trip to the steering column specialist, who couldn't find the problem. Thanks folks.
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