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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have fix this problem before it was my boss truck the problem was with the intake leak it was sucking air trow the intake try get a piece or hose and get close to the intake and see if your heard some sucking noise and also I did replaced the mass air flow sensor was bad and is on top of the electronic carburator injectors but when the air flow sensor is bad your truck don't seems to be stable at low rpm's and they do the same thing with an intake air leak so look for those 2 problems you may have only 1 of this cyntom but 1 is enough
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
change plug and wire if its been a while most cars have 90000 miles platinum plugs in them.but the wires wear before plugs.so change plugs and wires.+clean fuel injectors .change fuel filter and air filter.if car still run rough your idling to low.have idling check .
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
an ignition coil and/or wires seem to cause the most trouble when cold or damp. Sounds like you have a bad coil or wire(s). Spray down ignition coil and wires with water (in a spray bottle). If the engine reacts you may be onto something. I have also seen carbon tracking on the spark plug that can cause this. Cracked coil housings are common on a lot of Ford ignition systems
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
try changing plugs and wires, if need be remove and clean idle air control valve, cause this is what controls the ideling.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
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