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got the new TPS, and it's not like the original. The original fits into a cast housing that is part of the total pedal casting. The new one is bigger with the OD about the same as the casting. It is 2 piece, the original has the wiring coming out of the over molded housing. So I'm on the hunt again. I've included pics of mine that show the TPS inside of the casting as well as pics of the underside and front of the pedal assembly. I've also included a pic of the new one. Hopefully someone will recognize this one.

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Good to hear Gerry.

Like Randy said, check the screws holding the rheostat to make sure you have the tool required in your tool kit if and when you need to change it while on the road.
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You have a different pedal so is there a model or part number on the Williams Control pedal assembly as this part can be different for various reasons as long as it has the correct resistance for the Detroit engine.
If your pedal assembly is operating correctly after cleaning then I would not change the rheostat as you will need the code reader to properly adjust it for the count numbers to the computer.

If you need a spare, look here as I think this is the one: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Williams-Co...torefresh=true

Also, read Post #16 from Don Bradner:
https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...?t=2344&page=2
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Barry - that is indeed the one. I have the DDEC II code reader. I'll be ordering this one and putting the other up on eBay and possibly the WOG for sale.

BTW - are you a 2 stroke mechanic by trade? Thanks for your help on this!

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You have a different pedal so is there a model or part number on the Williams Control pedal assembly as this part can be different for various reasons as long as it has the correct resistance for the Detroit engine.
If your pedal assembly is operating correctly after cleaning then I would not change the rheostat as you will need the code reader to properly adjust it for the count numbers to the computer.

If you need a spare, look here as I think this is the one: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Williams-Co...torefresh=true

Also, read Post #16 from Don Bradner:
https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...?t=2344&page=2
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No, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express once a long time ago.
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