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    Re: Lost Faith In The Shop!

    Thanks for catching that for me.

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    Re: Lost Faith In The Shop!

    Sorry, this took so long, but I had some injectors that were out of spec according to Industrial Injection.

    So got all that squared away after a lot of time out of town.

    I picked my truck up this past Thursday, and everything was running well; the car sounded great.

    I uploaded the new revision of the DRD tuning and hit the road.

    Going down the interstate, I took it easy, doing 68-70mph.

    Then I decided to try rolling into it, and my petal was dead.

    I can’t get any more power past 70mph.

    I have nothing happening but no codes, either.

    So I get it to where I work and park it scratching my head now.

    Does anyone have ideas here?

    Could the Throttle position sensor be going out, or is there a way to check it


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    Re: Lost Faith In The Shop!

    Symptoms of a Faulty Throttle Position Sensor

    • An unexplainable bucking and jerking in the vehicle.
    • Sudden idle surges.
    • Sudden engine stalling without any apparent reason.
    • Hesitation while accelerating.
    • Sudden surges in speed while driving on the highway.
    • Intermittently flashing of check engine light for no apparent reason.


    Was there a charger hooked up at the time of uploading the revision?

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    Re: Lost Faith In The Shop!

    I didn’t have anything hooked to it for upload.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brad1103 View Post
    I didn’t have anything hooked to it for upload.

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    If the throttle position sensor is going bad, you should see pending or stored trouble codes.

    You may need a higher-end scan tool to see them.

    You could try returning to stock and re-flash your tuning if no codes are found.

    Make sure the batteries are fully charged, and it’s a good idea to have a battery tender hooked up while you program.

    Low voltage during this process will result in incomplete programming and corrupt files that can cause some odd symptoms.

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    Re: Lost Faith In The Shop!

    Thank you.

    I will try that and see if there is any improvement.


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    Re: Lost Faith In The Shop!

    Well, I guess I’m blind, LOL.

    I got under the hood and found the intake boost hose barely hanging on.

    So I ensured the boot was on the intake and tightened the clamp.

    I took it for a test drive, and now I have a completely different animal.

    Those 100hp injectors make that turbo spool now.


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    Re: Lost Faith In The Shop!

    Quote Originally Posted by brad1103 View Post
    Well, I guess I’m blind, LOL.

    I got under the hood and found the intake boost hose barely hanging on.

    So I ensured the boot was on the intake and tightened the clamp.

    I took it for a test drive, and now I have a completely different animal.

    Those 100hp injectors make that turbo spool now.

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    Sounds good; glad you found the issue.

    If you have the 68RFE, don’t forget to allow for relearning after the tuning revision.

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