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post #16 of 17 Old 12-04-2012, 05:40 PM
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Great to hear. Yeah with the TPS, most fo the times if it gets wet from cleaning the throttle body, it won't throw a code, but starts acting up anyway. Glad you got it back running right!


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post #17 of 17 Old 12-04-2012, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
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Also as a side note, I have gone through sensor issues before, always, always, always use Mopar parts for replacing sensors. Might be more expensive when you look at them at first, but if you buy junk from like autozone, you have to then add in the cost of buying the part again from Mopar and suddenly it would have just been cheaper and easier to buy the OE sensor. Trust me I found that out when I thought my TPS was going, bought a junky one from autozone, then had to go back 3 weeks later and replaced it with a mopar one, because the junk one actually fell apart in my hands when I was going to remove it.

i agree on the mopar parts for the most part. but i had no time for that she is my only ride! and i got BWD parts from pep boys made in USA and lifetime warranted! THANKS AGAIN FOR THE HELP
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