12v TPS for non-auto

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Offline hakcenter

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12v TPS for non-auto
« on: September 01, 2016, 02:03:17 PM »
Well, this has been a super journey.

I've been looking for a TPS mount for my truck forever. I have a later year 12v, so it is 96-98. Low and behold different years, different TPS bracketing even though everything else is the same.

The later years, use a mopar #4882856 / cummins #3931556, for a 2 piece bracket to hold the tps in place with mopar #04883979AA / cummins #3929866

Earlier years only used 1 part, Cummins #3925380

Now to find a TPS :)

Video of the backet installed on a later year 12v
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Re: 12v TPS for non-auto
« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2016, 12:17:53 AM »
I made my own with a round spacer and a piece of thin plate... also had to weld a bigger tab on the shaft for it to work reliably
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