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Truck barely moves in drive or reverse...then won't move at all

Hi folks...I got in my truck this morning and backed out of the garage just like normal...it was about 30 degrees here so I sat there like normal and warmed up for about 5 minutes...then when I went to go forward it barely moved...then didn't move at all...then no reverse either...if I revved up I could move a little...I turned the truck off and then could move a little more...then stop...last night coming home from work when I was warming up I smelled something burning...but figured it wasnt my truck when I got out...then when I was driving home it kicked out of overdrive...my codes were P2127 (p2127-accelerator pedal position
sensor 2 circuit low . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-930
p2127-pps 2 voltage too low . . . . . . . .9-1520) and P0238 (simple overboost )....If my acc. position sensor goes out will this happen?...I can rev. the motor..oh, and I have already had the tranny rebuilt...thanks!


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