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erl4223
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11/09/2004
05:37:54

Subject: slip at highay speed
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yesterday i was driving back from a trip on the highway and after about 1 hour, the engine slipped or "lurched" and the check engine light came on. this has happened once before, took it in and the engine diagnostic said the problem could not be duplicated at this time. could this be a TPS problem? any suggestions?

'98 6 cyl 49,400 miles no previous problems



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11/09/2004
10:54:21

RE: slip at highay speed
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My friend had the same problem except he had about 120k on his. We changed the tps and now it is fine... Id borrow a buddys and try it first, it might do the trick.



live2race
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11/11/2004
01:13:24

RE: slip at highay speed
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I had the same problem. Replaced govenor pressure sensor and solanoid in the tranny and solved the problem.




billsor
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11/23/2004
14:38:18

RE: slip at highay speed
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i have the same problem, only question is "what is a TPS?"



joe
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11/23/2004
18:10:06

RE: slip at highay speed
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throttle position sensor

drivers side of motor right below
the throttle body with a pulg (3 wires)
going into it




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11/24/2004
08:44:57

RE: slip at highway speed
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Mine did that too,but in Cruise.Would surge up about 50-100 rpm.Replaced the TPS sensor.Have 106,000 on it now..



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