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Old 05-01-2010, 04:53 PM
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truck wants to die, sputter, info??

The last few days every now and again the truck would feel like someone shut the key off and on real fast. I mean real fast, so fast it could not be the key but that sort of deal.Just the split second like the motor was off and right backon. Did that a bunch of times tonight on the way home. I got about a mile from my house and it was going maybe 25mph, driving at like 1200 rpm's, the motor was raising the rpm's by like 400. It was going up and down. I was not moving the pedal.
The cps was replaced with a grey one not too long ago The ses light came on for about 2 seconds.
ANy ideas?
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Old 05-01-2010, 06:01 PM
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coulod this be the cps?
anyone??
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Old 05-01-2010, 07:10 PM
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This sounds alot like what 01 does occasionally. Mine has only done this in the morning time on my way to work. It will also die sometimes but when I cycle the key it fires right back up. When it cuts out like that the SES light comes on and the water in fuel light comes on also. If it doesn't die then the lights go right back off. Still looking for a fix, no codes are put out either.
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Old 05-02-2010, 09:16 AM
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mine was a dorman throttle or aps sensor went bad. It was 2 months old. I put the original back in.
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Old 05-02-2010, 07:55 PM
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Really, the accelerator pedal position sensor is what I have been leaning towards as well. The NAPA I talked with tried to sell me a Dorman, I may still try it.
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mine turned out to be a 699-200 part number. My trucks an 01.
that number is for 96 and 97 trucks. Maybe thats what made mine screwy. It was fine for a while. I have no idea on the internals.
we need 699-201
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