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98.5- Early 2004 Dodge 5.9L Cummins Diesel APPS Throttle Position Sensor
This is the part of the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) or APPS (Accelerator Pedal Position Switch) that actually fails. When you buy it from Chrysler they only sell it with the "Belcrank" at $460 plus dollars, which is a waste of your hard-earned money. Therefore, buy this unit and install it in the bellcrank and you will save lots of money.
**NOTE: If this part has been installed on your truck it is non-returnable.**
SOME 2004.5 TRUCKS DO HAVE OLD STYLE TPS, PLEASE CHECK THE PICTURE ABOVE TO CHECK WHICH STYLE TPS YOUR TRUCK HAS. IF YOUR TRUCK IS A MANUAL, PLEASE CHECK THE PICTURE ABOVE AS WELL TO BE SURE YOU HAVE THIS STYLE TPS.
This sensor has a pigtail to adapt to the 6 prong stock connection.
This is JUST the electronic piece. It does not include the bracket.
THIS IS AN AFTERMARKET PIECE. IT INCLUDES A PIGTAIL.
Works on all automatic or manual transmission equipped trucks.
Does not work on trucks with the APPS installed under the driver's side battery.
No calibration is needed, though there are instructions included to calibrate it if you want to make sure you get maximum horsepower at full throttle.
To verify that your TPS/APPS is indeed bad, you can use this test procedure CLICK HERE.
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