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  1. 1980-'96 Bronco Tech
    Now that I've retired, I'm finding the time to do something with my old Bronco that has been sitting idle for years. My problem today is it seems the moving parts of the throttle process are stuck. Thought at first it might just be the cable but after detaching it from the linkage I find that...
  2. Want to buy Parts/Accessories/Misc other items
    Looking for a stock throttle body (F4TZ9E926C) for my 94 5.8. Will pay via Paypal including the shipping cost.
  3. 1980-'96 Bronco Tech
    Long story short, had crap idle, 14-15lbs of vacuum, and smoke test showed smoke pouring out of the tps and upper shaft spring area. I've disassembled the throttle body and it doesn't look like there's anything serviceable other than the two bearings. I imagine the brass shift normally seals...
  4. Blog
    The TPS is a three wire sensor that measures the throttle plate opening and its rate of change. This sensor is a variable resistor, also called a potentiometer, that is directly linked to the throttle plate shaft. The TPS outputs a voltage directly proportional to the throttle opening. As the...
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