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If you are positive that the problem does not lie with the fuel delivery, then you might have an intermittent connection somewhere in the ignition system. Did you check all the connections? Coil(s)?

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It surely sounds like you are confronted with a damaged cat converter. The o2 sensor is what triggers your ck eng ligh and it is located both up and downstream of the Converter. Won't hurt to have it chk'd. If there is a sulphur odor coming from the exhaust, The cat conv is bad. Good Luck, Ned

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mcdevito75 here Sounds like a loose connection at the radio, have your local repair shop check it out for you. It Could also be the radio itself.

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My 2003 ford super duty loses power to the electrical devices, gauges , radio, odomeder, wipers..when i hit a bump


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