Question about 2000 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cabs
Seems to be every time we go camping and hit washboards. put bg44 k in and new air filter. recently replace fuel filter. could it be coil packs or injector clips vibrating loose?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 Ford Taurus Sputtering
stickingvalves collapsed lifters bent push rods fault ignition or damadged spark plug wires start it up at night look under the hood for sparks jumping from wires replace fauilty wires
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: engine stalls
The throttle position sensor has a small amount of adjustment in it. The plastic case has a slight slot in it. On the opposite side of the TPS on the air horn you will see a throttle stop with a hard to move screw. You need to get some play on that screw to have slack to adjust the TPS. I think it was good for 100+rpm at base idle.
This may help you, but check you EGR for diaphram and carbon buildup.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
I would also check the front pulley as this is what is used by the crank angle sensor to tell the computer when to fire which coil pack .If the sensor or pulley is damaged it can cause random or continuous cylinder misfires.
Make sure the pulley is tight on the crankshaft at that the rubber in between the inner and outer parts of the pulley is not damaged or slipping.also check for any signs of rub damage on the back of the pulley.When the aircon compressor springs into action it places extra load on the crankshaft pulley.Hope you follow.
Let me know what you see.
Hope this helps.......
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 2003 ford
Check for Intake Manifold leaks with either a water mist from a spray bottle or Choke cleaner. Do this while the engine is running and you will know about a leak with an RPM change. I read about some intakes were 2 piece and the intermediate gasket leaks.
Also you could clean the MAF on the air intake with Electric cleaner. If you have an old fashion Vacuum gauge you could plug in and see how steady Valves are closing by watching the Vacuum bounce from misfires.
Would like to know results on this case.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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