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Old 02-04-2012, 10:13 PM   #1
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Solution and PCM Help

My car spits out P2135 and on occasion 2106 basically the same the code. If your wondering what those are they are for the throttle position sensor.

This is off the main topic, but I just want to write this up for others that may have this same problem.


Poor Acceleration

Limp Home mode (wrench light comes on-then gos off on a re-start)

Initially, the Service engine light goes off and comes on. Then it will stay on.

You will notice it goes from normal to WOT ( Wide Open Throttle) way to easily.

Sometimes it feels like the delay between throttle and wheel is way too much.

Overall it just starts to run poor.

I've seen the TSB ( another forum has it.) Google the codes above with the word Mustang it pops right up.

The Chilton's manual details the replacement procedure I believe. The part it's self is about $80 at summit racing. I've yet to replace it. When I do, I will let you all know how it goes.

My main question is:

The PCM has to be re-flashed after this is done. Is there a way to do that without taking it to the dealer? Should an independent shop be able to preform this for me?
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