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My truck (2000 2500 automatic w/103K) has a bad case of dead pedal.I went by Autozone and had them read the codes and the only one was overboost.I cleared it and none have returned.It also has a fairly new fass ddrp lift pump on it.Once in a while it wil take off like normal for 2 or 3 presses of the accelerator; then just return to the same old dead pedal.Can the APPS be checked with a digital volt meter?Any other ideas? probably VP44?thanks in advance.joek

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I forgot to thank you for posting that link, I did bookmark.Michael, doesn't someone on your site or that you know make an APPS replacement? Are you running one? :confused: Thanks again,Dave

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Cummins2K Did you make one? Dave

No I didn't but it looks simple enough I am sure it wouldn't be much to tackle in an afternoon.

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It turned out to be MAP sensor and cam position sensor.Both were not reading according to the mechanic I took it to.Thanks for your help.

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