Question about Ford F-250
I have a problem with my 97 ford f 250 diesel 7.3 engine, when its 20 degrees or below it starts and idles perfectley but the engine wont reve up and take fuel until it warms up for about 2 to 3 mintues.i can push the pedal to the floor and it still idles.what can i do to fix this problem???
Ford has a technical service bulletin out for this concern number 03-21-23. Here is the information you need. Hope it helps.
The 7.3L Direct Injection Turbo (DIT) engines are built with 0.1016-0.8128mm (0.0040-0.032") clearance between the Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor and the trigger wheel. At approximately 1.016mm (0.040") clearance, the sensor will fail to synchronize and result in a no run condition. Improper CMP clearance can be seen in the following six (6) symptoms:
PART NUMBER PART NAME F6TZ-12K073-A Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor F7TZ-12J072-AA Shim F4TZ-6250-A Camshaft Assembly
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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