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N14 CELECT THROTTLE PROBLEMS


Created On Tuesday July 12, 2011 20:33 Diesel Talk
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crankshaft
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i have a 1997 379 pete cummins n14, it started to not accelerate at time and the rpm would not go above 1500, it would also fluctuate. i checked for codes and had one that said possition sensor voltage low, so i replaced the harness and the potentiometer and cleared the codes same problem. fuel looks clean, fuel lines, battery conections checked and cleaned. any ideas?

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<< i have a 1997 379 pete cummins n14, it started to not accelerate at time and the rpm would not go above 1500, it would also fluctuate. i checked for codes and had one that said possition sensor voltage low, so i replaced the harness and the potentiometer and cleared the codes same problem. fuel looks clean, fuel lines, battery conections checked and cleaned. any ideas? >>

Engine postion sensor is the one under the air compressor. Also a bad Vss sensor will limit the speed of the engine. That is the sensor on the rear of the trans.
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