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Old 09-22-2009, 09:18 AM   #1
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SO... my car broke down and i had one of my friends come by and run the codes because i was at a loss of what was wrong. turned out to be the TPS, but since i live in the land of no autoparts, i grabbed one off of my broken down 351W EFI bronco... it worked but now i have a c.e.l on constantly.
I looked up the parts number for the both vehicles and they don't match (not surprised) but like i said, it is working. Is it worth buying the mustang specific one?

I haven't dialed it in yet, so it works but the throttle response is slightly off.

Any input is appreciated.
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Old 09-22-2009, 11:23 AM   #2
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SO... my car broke down and i had one of my friends come by and run the codes because i was at a loss of what was wrong. turned out to be the TPS, but since i live in the land of no autoparts, i grabbed one off of my broken down 351W EFI bronco... it worked but now i have a c.e.l on constantly.
I looked up the parts number for the both vehicles and they don't match (not surprised) but like i said, it is working. Is it worth buying the mustang specific one?

I haven't dialed it in yet, so it works but the throttle response is slightly off.

Any input is appreciated.
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The one that's on you car (origionally) will have one of these two part numbers on it.

OE: E6AF-CA, DA
OE: E8ZF-AA

If you can tell me what one it is,I can get you a price on a new one. They did have two different part numbers for that year.

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Old 09-22-2009, 11:48 AM   #3
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i ill try and find out, i did not do the repair nor did i suggest pulling it off another vehicle,


Any particular reason why there is 2?
the only difference between 89 models i can think of is the speedo which seems irrelevant.
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Old 09-23-2009, 11:28 AM   #4
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