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possible without the specail FordTool?

I pulled a code that says its out of range, so possible its out of adjustment?

help.

Thanks.
 

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Thanks.

Just was going thru the search of past threads on this and had not run across a definative "just line it up" answer.
 

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blueoval78 said:
have you updated it to the newer style i think its 95 style?
I believe thats the new style. I could be wrong, but my '95 has the connector on top not on the side, like that one.

Thanx for the pix bigric :thumbup

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Anyone else notice it says " '92 GM AODE " in that pix? :twak :histerica

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no, My E4OD is the stock out of the factory 1990 model

got home too late to crawl under it tonight. try tommorrow before the rain?

then it is drain the gas tank and fix the pump.
 

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they upgraded the mlp sensor in 95, made more better, not sure how, but it requires a moving some wires around in the harness. super easy, i did it when mine went out
 

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blueoval78 said:
they upgraded the mlp sensor in 95, made more better, not sure how, but it requires a moving some wires around in the harness. super easy, i did it when mine went out
They improved the sealing of the sensor to keep out water and debris, also the new connector design has a more positive engagement so that it will not come loose as easily.
 

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hey bigric im trying to see the tool for the MLPS sensor adjustment. in Steve83's files but cant find it. i ned to adjust my mlps. cna you help out on this, thanks
 

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for some strange reason mine doesnt have the mark on the white plastic outer piece. i cleaned it off and looked all around it, figured it should be close to the N on the housing but nothing.
 

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no that whole area is pretty visible. i looked completely around it and nothing and i can see every bit of it. guess thats why they make the tool.
 

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The alternative is to back-probe the MLP line with a volt meter while in Park, and set it to between 4.277 and 4.736 volts (ideally at 4.5065V, right in the middle of the two limits). As a "double-check" afterward, pull the lever down to 1st gear, and again test the MLP voltage; it should be between 0.293 and 1.167 volts, ideally in the middle at 0.73V.
 
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