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94-04 Dodge 5.9L Cummins DFuser APPS TPS Noise Isolator

Interference in the throttle position sensor circuits (APPS) on Dodge Cummins engines from 1994 to 2005 will create false voltage readings in the APPS/TPS circuit and cause the lock-up torque converter to rapidly cycle on and off as you drive. This quick and easy fix removes the annoying and potentially harmful RF interference.

1994-2005 5.9L Dodge Cummins - Automatic Transmissions with APPS

APPS Noise Isolator will work for 5.9L Dodge Cummins trucks equipped with an automatic transmission using APPS on the throttle ranging from vehicle manufactured dates 1994-2005. Repair Torque Converter Issues on 5.9L Cummins

In the 1994-2005 Dodge Cummins engines it is not uncommon to begin to experience problems occurring from false voltage readings and RF interference from the Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor or APPS. Signs of this problem will be a quick lock and unlock of the torque converter creating a shuddering effect. This is because the interference of the faulty APPS internals will cause the lock-up torque converter to quickly cycle on and off as you drive... very annoying. This is a quick and easy fix to solve that problem.

APPS Noise Isolator Stops Torque Converter Problems

DFuser part #1001092 

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