Jkidd sells replacement APPS sensors, I'm assuming that's the one you're talking about. Go with him before you go to a dealer, and when you get the kit, it comes with all the instructions. calibrating it is pretty simple, takes maybe about 15-20 minutes to fully install.
they are 160$ I believe he sells Timbo's APPS, OEM prices will scare you as they are 400-500$. the Timbo (williams switch) is more robust and not susposed to suffer the same fail rate as the OEM one,
I have Timbo's apps on mine, and have installed them on 2 other trucks....works good no issues, instructions are simple and easy to follow.
I take my previous statement back. It has thrown the apps code twice and both times the throttle would not work at all. I cleared the codes and it worked again but still the same cutting out. No fuel pressure gauge just a low pressure light. Lift pump is stock for now. Trying to convince my wife a airdog or fass is the way to go is a little more difficult right now.
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