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Old 01-10-2011, 06:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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TBC Fault/ Brake Pressure Transducer

Anyone know the trick to unplugging the wire harness from the transducer and the procedure for testing it? I performed a search in the forum archives but didn't find any related topics other than the Brake Pressure Transducer seems to have a high failure rate on the '05 trucks but I would like to make sure it is before I spend the $102.00 for a new one. Thanks in advance.
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Is this the part where you can adjust your gain?

I have a TBC fault, and have cleaned the connections, and checked the wireing and it all looks good.

On the part where you can control the gain, mine is at 10 and i can not lower it, the button is just sitting there and no contact to the back. i want to take it apart, but cant seem to figure out how to remove the unit without taking the entire dash apart again.
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The connector on the transducer is a little tricky - being under the master cylinder and upside down...

The connector body has four sides. One whole side of the connector is a lever, with the fulcrum in the middle. The half of the lever that aims at the transducer locks the connector in place. The half of the lever that aims at the wire is the half you press down on. When you squeeze the wire side of the connector, the lever raises up off the lock tab on the transducer, and the connector can be slid off.

Once you get it disconnected, it will be obvious.
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