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03 192k cut off at idle and cuts out while driving

Hey guys I have a 03 with 192k for the past few months it has been cutting out from time to time while driving, seems like its usualy when I am just holding the throttle steady, some times twice a day and then it might be a week before it does it again. Also it has cut off maybe 3 times while in park at idle.

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Bad cps maybe.

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ipr nut, maybe
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I replaced CPS about 6 years ago before the recall, had another person say that today also. Guess I should take to the dealership and have them do that recall and the cruise control also. Is there a problem with having tuner or chip on truck for recalled parts?
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X2 on the ipr. My truck was doing the same thing and for some reason I was thinking it was the cps but it wasn't. It was my ipr that was bad. I fixed a lot of things on my truck when I did my build. My truck would occasionally die at a stop light or suddenly miss at cruising speed. Plug your truck in and see what your ipr percentage is at an idle. Should be about 10-12%. When mine was bad it was stuck at 29% idling.

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Another thought I just had was last week droped the tank and cleaned the filters in tank, when pulling it in the shop had people ask why does it smell so strong. Yesterday my wife and I stopped at the store and when we came out it was not running, It started right back up but my wife was still behind the truck and said it was burning her eyes when started
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ICP possible? I took the connector apart and it was full of oil and you can see where oil has been shooting out of the connector.
I know that no matter what the ICP needs to be changed, but do you think this could have that much effect on the IPR getting false info

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It's possible. If the ecm detects a problem.....ie bad icp.....it will go into a kind of "limp" mode.. a factory default setting in the ecm.

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