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You can try to replace the wires, i'd check out the circut first make sure it is not an ecm issue, Also sometimes the whole pedal assy must nbe replaced(not always the case)
The accelerator position sensor is attached to the accelerator pedal. The accelerator position sensor sends a signal to the Electronic Control Module (ECM).The accelerator position circuit contains three wires: +5 VDC supply (wire 18), return (wire 19), and signal (wire 11).see pic below
If all wiring and sensors check good, replace the APS circuit wires between the accelerator pedal and ECM with new wires. Run them through, or around, the bulkhead without using the bulkhead connector. The ECM and accelerator pedal must be calibrated to each other for proper engine response. This is required when a new accelerator pedal is installed, replaced, an ECM is replaced, a new calibration is downloaded to the ECM, or the accelerator pedal wiring is disconnected while keyswitch "ON". With keyswitch "ON" slowly push the accelerator to the floor and release, do this three times. This recalibrates the ECM and accelerator pedal.
The three wires in the accelerator position sensor circuit must be twisted together.
Measure the resistance between the +5 VDC supply and the accelerator position sensor return on the sensor side of the accelerator position sensor when the accelerator pedal is released and when it is depressed must be
2000 to 3000 ohms. if not it is bad Recheck even know it is "new"
Measure the resistance from the +5 VDC supply to the signal wire on the sensor side of the accelerator position sensor connector must be
Released: 1500 to 3000 ohms; Depressed: 200 to 1500 ohms
Check for continuity from ECM to accelerator position sensor.
Check the accelerator position supply for proper voltage.
4.75 to 5.25 VDC if not replace theECM
Check signal pin resistance at the ECM.
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