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It is unlikely the ECM have you checked the voltages for the PIM signal input at the ECM. The only way to get this code is if the VC or VS is getting grounded or going open. Did you check the pin fits at the ECM and the sensor connector. Click the link below for the wiring diagram. The computer outputs a 5 volt VC reference signal then as vacuum changes on acceleration the signal voltage changes. On page 2 of 7 the B/Y wire is the signal wire the voltage has to fluctuate on this wire. Check that there is continuity on the brown E2 wire. Voltage should be less then .01 volts. Let me know what you find.
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