An ideal replacement would be Unlike the original pedal position sensor, this sensor is designed to fit and work with the same equipment
An installation that is as simple as plug and play This sensor does not require any special tools or programming
Buildings that are built to last This product was developed in North America and is made of high-quality materials Materials of a high quality are long-lasting
The quality of the product has been tested A comprehensive testing process was undertaken to ensure proper performance and a long life expectancy for this accelerator pedal sensor
If you have any questions, the Amazon Garage can assist you. Input your make, model, and trim level to ensure it is the right part for your vehicle
Questions & Answers
I have a part number written on the part f5tf 9f832 ba. Does this match what you are offering? Originally from a 1995 Ford E 350 7, it is now in excellent condition. The diesel is three cylinders, and the transmission is automatic?
Unfortunately, I cannot provide data from 1994-2000 It's not the same for 1996 as it was for 1995. There is no way to work around this issue.
This part fits 2003 Ford Are there 3 diesel engines?
Ford changed engines about a decade ago, so I am not sure when it would. Your engine is the 7 if it is. There should be no problems with the 3L powerstroke
Selected User Reviews For Dorman 699-200 Accelerator Pedal Sensor for Select Ford Models , Black
My 7 has been fixed with throttle dead spots/surges as well as a tranny jolt
This update is for the 18th of January 2018. It turned out that I was incorrect. There is nothing wrong with this part. However, I will explain it in an attempt to help others who run into a similar problem. There was a problem with transmission line pressure that was the cause of the problems I described in the 20Nov update. I found out that my transmission filter had fallen to the floor of the pan and was lying there. As time went on, the car would drop out of drive and go to neutral a lot in traffic as well as making jerking shifts. I was experiencing flat spots as my PCM tried to shift when it should. There was a lack of fluid in the transmission, which contributed to all of this. Everything is working fine now that I have fixed the filter. I have updated the 20Nov2017 report. One reviewer described it as a "used car lot" replacement part. Another one described it as a 31 day solution. There is now jerking in my legs. No response when the throttle is pressed. There has been an odd shift. The condition is not as bad as it was before the replacement, but it is My update will come again once I have done a proper diagnosis, but I'm 99% certain the problem is
The original review was published in I found it to be helpful. With my 7 I was experiencing a crazy, random jolt in the drivetrain when I hit a dead spot or surge. An excursion of three days in length. A 10mm socket, a screwdriver, and a torx bit are all that are needed to replace the part in 40 minutes. It was a pleasure to work on this part and I'm pleased with.
| Jun 10, 2021
A solution to my throttle problems has been found
I have a 1999 Ford F-150 and this fit perfectly 7 out of 250 It has a 3 liter diesel engine. After figuring out how to do it, I was having horrible throttle problems. This was an easy fix, only took me about 10 minutes. There is a key on the The accelerator pedal is yoke style, so it's very difficult to get it wrong. As long as it's lying flat on the accelerator and oriented correctly, it's just two bolts to attach it.
| Feb 06, 2021
I really like this fix! Whenever I was driving my 2000 Ford Excursion 7, the throttle response would intermittently fail
Introducing my new big girl the 3L Diesel! A quick two screws and a replacement with this part got it going again!.
| Oct 11, 2020
unsure of how it would work, but it did
Ford F350 was listed for $7,000. The 2000 Ford F350 Lariat 7 has been sold. The date of manufacture is It was iffy on making a purchase for my intermittent lack of throttle response and check engine light problems. My installation of it was Now that all is well, everything is well. It will last for a long time, but I'm not sure. It works well, but it's reasonably priced.
| Jul 22, 2020
The price is right! It is worth it
| Mar 25, 2021
I give this product 5 stars
F5TF can be replaced with this exact replacement Those who know Ford TPS can use 9F832. Information on this Ford part can be difficult to come by.
| Feb 19, 2021
The solution was ineffective! This product replaced the TPS on my 99 F350 Powerstroke when it became faulty
It lasted about 3 months if it lasts that long. When I showed it to a friend of mine who owns his own business, he said, "I never use cheap TPS's since they always fail. " I guess he's By 30 days, I had passed my return window. It's possible that if you buy enough of these things you'll get a good one, but you might as well just go for the OEM unit and save yourself a little money.
| Sep 29, 2020
A replacement part with great quality and value
I replaced the Ford factory accelerator position sensor with a replacement Dorman sensor in my 2000 Ford F350. Since replacing the sensor only was more economical than buying a complete pedal assembly, I did just that. It was easy to replace the sensor, it fit perfectly, and it plugged into the wiring harness the same as the factory unit. I can buy this new sensor for a fraction of the price of a new pedal assembly, which will cure my glitchy throttle issues. My hesitation to rate this item a five-star rating is based on the fact that I don't know how long it will last. My original pedal assembly lasted for about 125,000 miles, and a Ford factory replacement pedal assembly lasted for about 125,000 miles. It will be very easy for me to change the rating to 5 stars if I run this sensor for even half as much miles. The outcome will be determined in time. January is a month of celebration. The Dorman sensor in my 2015 Dodge RVR failed after only 25,000 miles. Perhaps wear on the bearings or bushings of the pedal assembly itself may be contributing to this. Because of this, my opinion of the product is as follows It is a great economical way to get by for a while, and possibly buy yourself a little time, but I think it would be better if you did make the investment and replace the complete pedal assembly instead.
| Mar 14, 2021