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Old 04-02-2012, 03:29 AM
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Accelerator pedal sensor wiring

Trying to replace the Accel Pedal Sensor on my 01 Ex 7.3l to accomodate a tuner. The wiring harness for the tuner that is supposed to plug into accelerator sensor is a 10 wire single head and the accelerator on the Exc is a dual head accelerator with two smaller heads and only 5 wires combined. I can see where there are other loose cut wires coming out of the dash in the harness. Obviously someone replaced the stock APS with aftermarket at some point. I ordered the original APS that is supposed to be on the EXC and a new original wiring harness head that was on the EXC. I figured I could just match the wires on the new harness head to the cut wires in the EXC harness. Well, the new harness head has the right number of wires coming out the head but they are ALL WHITE. Now I can't match the colors to the cut wires on the EXC harness. Anybody have the wiring diagram that shows what wires are supposed to be tied into certain poles in the harness head of the 01 Exc Accelerator Position Sensor (Motorcraft part WPT537)? A pic of the correct wiring connected would be great! It is the ones made after Oct 2001 with the single combined wire harness head, not the two seperate smaller heads. Thanks
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