P061B & P0456 w/ failsafe mode in snow
I found my 2006 Mustang GT switching into "limp home" failsafe mode with trouble codes P061B (Internal control module torque calculation performance error) and P0456 (large leak in EVAP system during test). The car has 40k mi.
I've read that many people saw P061B around the same mileage due to a faulty throttle positioning sensor. My concern is that I'm also seeing code P0456 and this started occurring in the snow.
I've read others who have seen P061B start in the snow or rain but typically the cause of the problem isn't listed in those posts.
Does anyone know if the snow/rain is a likely cause of TPS failure? I'll replace it if it is likely.
I've also read of problems with aftermarket air filters leading to leaks and/or moisture build up on the mass air flow sensor. I've looked in the air box and examined the filter itself and both appear to be dry. I'll buy a stock filter and/or look closer at the MAF sensor if the filter itself and air box would be dry with these problems.
Any other recommendations of things to look at? I may just bite the bullet and take the vehicle to the deal since I absolutely need to have it back on the road by 1/7.
Thanks for any help.