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Throttle position sensor part # and source?

EWC

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Probably be next week until I can get to it . I'm at the top of the Beltway where 95 meets . The gauge blocks might be for setting a 700R4 . Anyway they were .660 if I remember correctly .
Have you tried B&B off Central Ave for parts ? Crazy Rays had some trucks but they don't let them sit very long . There is also Brandywine Auto and Bowie truck parts , both the same company .
 
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Yea I need to call that guy, it would be nice if he put the year up. I am after a np241 transfer case, good headliner boards and good tan manual window door panels as well.
 
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I scour craigslist for parts constantly, the problem with being in DC is something 60 miles away means about 3 hours each way! I have a full CUCV drivetrain in my Suburban, going back to the 700r4 means I need to swap the input shaft on my 208 to a 27 spline. Is your CUCV a m1009 or 1008?
 

EWC

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I got a chance to check for the TPS . Only have one so I'll be holding on to that . Of the 8 or 9 pumps I have , that was the only one with the TPS you showed . Mostly have the vac port models and one with the 2 pigtails .

There is someone parting a Blazer , with the 6.2/700 combo , but the location is Pa .
 
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