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Old 10-12-2017, 03:20 PM   #1
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Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor

Anyone have the part number for the electronic control part ONLY of the accelerator on a 2000 Dynasty with 350 ISC?

The throttle pedal ASSEMBLY (includes the pedal, firewall mount, return spring mechanism, and electronic sensor) is WM540-131507

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P/N 131040 crosses to Navistar P/N 132330. That number shows a 131490 P/N for a Service Kit which consists of 2 screws and the actuator. That number also crosses to a Volvo number 3099579. I also found it crosses to these 2 International numbers 1697269C91 and 2587164C92. I think I paid less than $100. You have to go through a calibration process when you replace it.


https://www.mixerandplantparts.com/W...e-p/131490.htm


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Williams-Con...item2a70dc2107



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P/N 131040 crosses to Navistar P/N 132330. That number shows a 131490 P/N for a Service Kit which consists of 2 screws and the actuator. That number also crosses to a Volvo number 3099579. I also found it crosses to these 2 International numbers 1697269C91 and 2587164C92. I think I paid less than $100. You have to go through a calibration process when you replace it.


https://www.mixerandplantparts.com/W...e-p/131490.htm


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You're welcome Van. I had the same issue with my coach when I bought it. The PO bought the TPS and installed it before I picked it up. It takes very little time to install it.
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Van this is the calibration procedure to get 100% of throtle

Turn the key to first position (power on but don't start the engine) you don't have to wait for the meters to cycle, ect. Slowly but steadily push the accelerator pedal to the floor or full position and then release it with a slow steady motion , repeat this procedure a total of THREE times. Then turn the key to the off position. Leave the key off a minimum of 30 seconds or longer. The electronic modules in the engine and transmission will then recognize this as a calibration procedure.

PP this was posted years ago on the monacoers web site, It was supposedly from a Cummins seminary.
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I have been having an issue which someone told me may be related to the position sensor on the throttle pedal. At slow speeds, with very light pedal pressure I get a symptom which appears to be "hesitation" (I don't know what else to call it.) When pedal is pressed a bit harder coach takes off.

Could this be the TPS you all are speaking about? Or is it calibration?
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I have very little experience with our coaches and TPS, but it's been my experience the engine won't respond to throttle input at all when the TPS is bad.
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You're welcome Van. I had the same issue with my coach when I bought it. The PO bought the TPS and installed it before I picked it up. It takes very little time to install it.
With mine I get no response the first 1/2" or so then the engine starts to rev. Could it be I need to do the calibration procedure posted by walt2137?

Is there a way to test the TPS? ... say using a meter as the pedal is pushed??
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With mine I get no response the first 1/2" or so then the engine starts to rev. Could it be I need to do the calibration procedure posted by walt2137?

Is there a way to test the TPS? ... say using a meter as the pedal is pushed??
Yes, Cummins has published procedures. I have them for the ISC and will post them tomorrow. They are on my computer at work.
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