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    Have 95 dodge with 5.9 cummins, was wondering if anyone know of where in mid Texas can i find a tps bracket. or by mail.

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    You can get them from the cummins dealer. Be prepared to pay even used the go for 250.00 300.00
    1999 ford f-250 superduty 5.9 cummins built 4r100 trans and alot of engine mods

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    How much of the bracket are you looking for?
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    there is also the option of doing a TPS delete. $10 or less at radioshack.
    99 Durango 4BTAA P pump, Glowshift gauges, hx30w9 (today), 3K GSK, custom ground 100 plate, AFC tuned, 96 47RE +billet single disc TC)

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    well, thanks for the reply. sorry for the late responce. what i really need is the part that actuates the switch, its a flat flap that is like 3/32 thick or so. but hey if i can delete it, tell me more about this Radio shack gagget..

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    heres one thread on it

    Heres some better directions


    I did it in my durango, to save the hassle/ cost of working in a tps brkt, etc. it works great.
    I added a 5k linear pot (radioshack pn 271--1714) in place of the tps and gained torque converter lockup and OD. Couldnt get them w out it, by just using the tps and adjusting it. Cost four bux.
    99 Durango 4BTAA P pump, Glowshift gauges, hx30w9 (today), 3K GSK, custom ground 100 plate, AFC tuned, 96 47RE +billet single disc TC)

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    lol..Thanks Mobetta I do think that this would work for my situation. I just hope i get this right. which looks hard to screw up.

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    lol..Man ill like to say thanks for the info. on getting my TPS problem solved. The pod helped and it was pretty cool how u can dial it in..Iam a believer......

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