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Old 02-12-2019, 02:17 AM
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I have a 2013 Ford F-150 with a 3.5L Ecoboost. For the last week it has been throwing codes P0111, P012B, P012D. I know there is a TSB 14-0082, which it instructs the replacement of the TCIPT sensor and wire connector. But I tested my sensor and wire connected and they seem to have nothing wrong with them. The sensor is around 2 ohms at room temperature and drops when heated and rises when cooled. The wire connected is reading around 5v which is what itís supplying be. Should I still replace the sensor and wire connector? Any help or knowledge of what might be wrong or what I should do next would be greatly appreciated. Thanks




Note: I have had codes P012b and P012d appear before but went away for almost a year after I cleaned the map sensors and IAT sensor.
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Originally Posted by DarrinT04 View Post
take truck to dealer
I want to take it to the dealer, but they are telling me it will be a week before they can even look at it. I canít be without my truck for that long. So any help to diagnose the problem would greatly be appreciated.
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