Question about 2002 Ford E350
When I start my Ford E-350 with the 5.8 liter engine, it runs smooth at high idle, and kicks itself down to low idle as it should, then after 30 seconds or so it floods itself out and stalls. I pulled the vac. line of the fuel pressure regulator, and it still did the same thing. Any Ideas??
This can be a common problem among engines with some miles like 50k to 95k range. There is an idler unit that is opens and closes during starting. They get clogged with carbon and stick. I am going to suggest you to look in this area.
You have many other ways to go but it is in the full body throttle area more than likely.
With a 2002 you might be able to get a book and find it. It is usually stuck in the side of the throttle body (carburetor) This is an educated guess but it is worth looking at.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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