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Old 11-09-2012, 01:36 PM   #1
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TPS mystery?

I have a 2003 ZTW wagon with a zetec engine and 5spd manual, wanted to replace the TPS(Car has 202,000 on it) and my car has the automatic TPS sensor and from what I can see this came from ford this way, the way the TPS mounts onto the TB theres no way to use the manual TPS, their completely different, and the sensor plug is different as well, anyone ever seen this before?


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