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Re: losing power on 1994 ford f-150
When going up hills? I know my 2001 Ford Tarus started to do that, and we thought the transmission was going out, But the tests came back Perfect. It turned out to be the Cateletic Converter, Cost over $1,000.00 To fix...
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Not getting enough fuel. There are two coolant temperature sensors one for the gauge. one for the computer. the one to the computer monitors fuel. When it fails the engine is slow to start the first try and there is a strong odor of gasoline. The engine will run rough at some speeds and sometimes stall.
Change the fuel filter first, but it sounds just like a plugged catalytic converter. You could remove the pre cat O2 sensor and try driving it. It would be very noisy but if it goes better, you know you have a restriction behind it and it's time for a new cat.
This year of ranger had a few flaws, In one case, a break power booster was robbing the vacumm, you can test this by plugging it off and seeing the differance, but you will have limited brakes. This model year had a problem with a vacuum leak on the manifold. You can check these in many ways, but please don't use starting fluid. The rear of the manifold usually on the drivers side where it seals to the block. Also, in 2 other cases a cracked head has gave me the same problem. It is caused from a loss of vacuum.