Question about 2004 Ford F150
I replaced the alternator, fuel filter, battery and spark plugs
I will let you all know what's really going on. It is the same in most of the posts in the "2004 Ford F-150","engine dies" keyword search.
It is a manufactoring defect in the computer, or the case of the computer that is suppose to keep the circuts in that computer Completly DRY. When it don't and just the tiniest bit of moisture forms inside. on the electric circutry, the engine will either not start or it will run bad and die at stops, Whats worst is it connot be fixed. it can only be replaced'
FYI I got mine open dired it out s.ealed it back. It worked
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
You want to try replacing idle positioning switch.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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