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Old 04-01-2017, 06:23 PM   #1
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Question TPS to analog help!

Hey guys, I'm new to MustangForums but I have an issue that really has me stumped...
I own an 07 4.0 v6 and as many of you may know there is a class action lawsuit against ford for TPS malfunctions, it happened to me, car rammed itself into a curb at 55MPH nearly killed me and my father, but that's besides the real point..my question is....is it possible to convert from digital to analog throttle control? I have some basic programming knowledge and I can generally think my way around a technical problem but this particular issue has me pulling my hair out. Would it be possible to just give the car a new cable driven throttle body without programming the old one out of the system? Would I have to rewrite the entire ECU for this task? would it be possible to just hook a cable up into the spindle shaft for the throttle motor? I could go on for days with questions like these but I just want to know if its even remotely possible. any response other than hate is appreciated.
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