1993 FORD THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR 5.0

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Asked by Dec 29, 2015 at 01:14 PM about the 1993 Ford F-150 XLT 4WD SB

Question type: General

IF THE TPS SCREWS BACKED OUT FAR ENOUGH WOULD THIS
CAUSE THE IDLE TO RUN ROUGH  MISS  SURGE  UP  &  THEN
DOWN . COULD IT ALSO  CAUSE  ENGINE TO RUN RICH.?

5 Answers

285,585

screw them back in and see if the symptoms go away. Clean the throttle body and IAC while your in there.

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Thanks I was just seeing if anyone else may have been through this.

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Thanks I was just seeing if anyone else may have been through this.

22,740

Sounds more like a problem with the IAC and throttle body. Remove, clean, and make sure IAC is working. Could also be a vacuum leak or problem with PCM.

21,495

Idle surge yes. Run rich no

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