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Engine suddenly dies

F250, 2001, 7.3 liter power stroke. engine suddenly dies between O & 45mph, will usually restart after few minutes

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  • Stinger254 Feb 15, 2009

    I have the same problem that's why I am here. I was told it could be the cam sensor, but I haven't got that done yet.

  • vanmark Mar 09, 2009

    i have the same problem and it has always happened in a turn. Dangerous actually. Help!!!!!

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Replace the cam position sensor.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

  • eac1942 Mar 09, 2009

    One more thing. This sensor has been recalled by Ford. Take your truck to the Ford dealer and they will install a new sensor free. Ed

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Low oil will cause this problem. The turbo will loss oil pressure and shut down. This may or may not be your problem just thought I would put that out there.
























































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You need to have it scanned for codes. If it has a crank position code then you need that sensor. They fail alot. If you are standing in front of vehicle it is on pass side of motor down by the crankshaft pulley. It has a 10mm nut securing it to the timing cover. Also the sensor has 1 connector on it you remove that, then you take the bolt out. Spray some penetrating oil on it. Grab some channel lock pliers and work it back and forth. The sensor has a metal bail on it to. You can buy them at a parts store or a dealership should be around 40 to 50 bucks. I know guys who keep an extra one in the truck while on trips.

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