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Old 01-25-2007, 10:33 PM
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01 psd problem?

hey guys, my 01 acted up on way home from work, going about 75 when felt like truck died then came back on with service engine soon light on. pulled codes and got normal po603 but also a po470. i'm running a superchips 1705 on tow-safe with a airaid cold-air and a 4" straightpipe exhaust. also how do you disable the ebpv on this thing its kind of annoying
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Old 01-25-2007, 10:52 PM
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Your dying sounds like the CPS. I'd look into getting a new one and then, if it fixes the problem, get another one and keep it in the glovebox. I've been lucky that I haven't had mine fail yet...but there are PLENTY of folks here on the .org that have.
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I am new to PSD's and the forum what is the CPS? I see where all of you say to keep a spare one in the glove box. I just purchased a 01 PSD CREW 4x4 LB and am getting scared quick!

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thanks, kinda what I was leaning towards, soon as the sun comes up i'll put it in
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Old 01-25-2007, 10:58 PM
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cam position sensor
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CPS = Cam Position Sensor

It is notorious for failing in the 7.3L PSDs. I would recommend getting one (prefereably from International) for just in case. It's cheap insurance.
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Yup, thats what it sounds like, easy fix, less than 5 minutes.
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I am new to PSD's and the forum what is the CPS? I see where all of you say to keep a spare one in the glove box. I just purchased a 01 PSD CREW 4x4 LB and am getting scared quick!

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Its really no big deal, you can get an OEM CPS off of ebay for like $50. Keep it as a spare, along with a 10mm socket and a 3" extension, and you will have the handy dandy CPS repair kit ready.
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Welcome to guzzle's Ford PSD Web Page
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Check out this link above, it leads to Guzzle's mod page, the instructions to r&r the CPS are in there. And then thank Guzzle for writing it. I DO.hahaha good luck.

Gord.
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