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**** Attn: IVS & TPS Source****

This is the Manufacturer and P/N for the Ford IVS. It is the actual part made for Ford.
I had purchased all the existed stock before and was told that's it. Now it appears that they have run another batch.

Look here:

http://www.onlinecomponents.com/cutl...tml?p=11071279

Cutler Hammer/Eaton SS22BW32-330Y

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TPS - Dorman
Dorman makes the aftermarket TPS. I'm sure it is a good part.

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^^^^^ Looks like the OP pasted the text in front of a link from another forum, rather than the link itself.

Re. the Dorman part - anyone know if it would work on a '94.5 or '95? Dorman only qualifies it back to '96, and even the Ford part number for the whole assembly changed in '96.
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The Dorman TPS units are iffy. Of the three OBS ones I've seen, two worked, one didn't, quality control seems spotty. The factory replacement ones were not much better. I had to get three new pedal assemblys to get a good one. Try explaining that to the dealer parts guy that their new $350 parts are bad. Two of them gave up after 8 and 10 miles of driving; reverting to idle state on the side of the road with the TPS going open on resistance. However they were considered to be part of the emissions systems so they had the extended warranty for smog parts.

The split for the application, the Dorman 699-201 SD units are different than the OBS ones, the plugs are different. I think all of the OBS ones are the same, F6 would just be a factory update part number in '96 for the original F4 ('94) part.
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Sorry 'bout that. I have purchased this part before, it is the real deal.
Here it is:

CUTLER HAMMER/EATON SS22BW32-330Y is in stockOnlinecomponents.com


Mfgr: Cutler Hammer/Eaton
P/N: SS22BW32-330Y
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That's cheap enough compared to a whole throttle assemby.

The IVS linkage can be adjusted to minimal dead spot off idle for a better throttle feel by bending the actuator tab closer to the IVS switch. Just don't want to go too far, the switch has to be able to reset (click when the pedal is going to idle position and again when coming off of idle, minimizing this gap reduces the dead spot off of idle. If the switch does not click in both directions then the engine will remain in idle state when depressing the pedal, not good when pulling out into traffic.

There is a procedure to adjust the TPS for true full throttle signal output but thats a whole different post.
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This is the Manufacturer and P/N for the Ford IVS. It is the actual part made for Ford.
I had purchased all the existed stock before and was told that's it. Now it appears that they have run another batch.

Look here: **here is the updated link**

CUTLER HAMMER/EATON SS22BW32-330Y is in stockOnlinecomponents.com

Cutler Hammer/Eaton SS22BW32-330Y

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TPS - Dorman
Dorman makes the aftermarket TPS. I'm sure it is a good part.

Dorman Products - Search Results
I updated the link for the IVS.

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