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View Poll Results: TCC OR O/D Locking Unlocking At Highway Speeds
TPS Cleaning or Replaced 37 23.57%
Battery Cable cleaning 37 23.57%
Replaced Battery's 8 5.10%
Valve Body 9 5.73%
T/C 14 8.92%
Valve body and T/C 19 12.10%
PCM Re-flash 7 4.46%
DTT Volt regulator 3 1.91%
Noise Filter 28 17.83%
Alternator 6 3.82%
Or Othere 46 29.30%
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FREE FIX IF YOU DON'T BREAK ANYTHING! Please try this before dropping money you can reset your stock tps and fix the whole problem 70% of the time. Takes 10 minutes if you are capable.

Here is the fix that i found worked for me and no money required.
STEP 1: Disconnect both of your batteries.
STEP 2: Put your terminals together. May sound dumb but please don't just toss a wrench on the terminals when they are connected to the batteries bad juju.
STEP 3: Then get in the cab turn the key on and lights on and play with radio, wipers and anything electrically driver. What you are doing is draining the system of any left over voltage in a circuit.
STEP 4: Shut everything you turned on back off and connect your batteries back up.
STEP 5: Hop in the cab turn the key on. Do not start! Very slowly push the accelerator to the floor and come back from the floor slowly as well.
STEP 6: Then test drive.
You have just reset your Throttle Position Sensor and she should run well now.

Got this fix from Dave down at Goerend Transmission.

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