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Hello everyone, I'm not new here but am newly registered. Got a question...
Got a 1995 Ford F350 7.3L 4x4 CC long bed that keeps going in limp mode. Replaced CPS and have a new another new one in the glove box. UVCH are new along with all new plugs and controller. Even took the valve covers off again and everything is like new. No burned plugs or connectors. Ordered a new ICP sensor bc it had oil in it. While I took the valve covers off today, I noticed that the EOT sensor wires were bare at the connector. Would this be causing a bad signal to my PCM that my truck is overheating and causing it to go into "limp mode"?
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