Question about 1995 Ford F150 Styleside Regular Cab
If it runs and I shut it off it starts fine but runs poor a minute. If I dont drive for several hours its very hard to start and runs poor ten minutes then runs great. Check engine lights on when running poor but does not send code
You might consider replacing the fuel filter if its not been done in a while
Posted on Apr 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: After driving for an hour
I had the same issues for most of last summer. Finally, I replaced the Plug Wires and the car has been working like a charm since. The other problem I found was that I had the wrong plugs. It seems there are only two types for the Focus, the local parts guys quoted me the incorrect part number and my fuel efficiency went to ****.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
SOURCE: bogging down
I had a the same problem. You need to check the vacum lines from the top of the intake to the fire wall, the lines will dry an crack an are easily broke. I fixed mine for now with simple straws an duck tape but its back to running the way it should. My truck was hit an i had the problems afterward, i also had a problem with my brake being too stiff i couldn't even get the pedal halfway down when running but the truck ran like a scared dog, this is what lead me to the vacums. The master brake boster hose had been tore bout half an inch out from the intake an when parked ran fine, just while moving would shift an cause my problems, After fixing this i went on to check all my lines. An ALL the lines on top were cracked or broke in some way. Well hope i helped, best of luck
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
with proper scan tool check FICM fuel injector control module main power should be 47 volts key on engine off 47.5 engine running if not replace FICM it has an internal problem also there may be a reflash available for drivability issues at the ford dealer this is not uncommon for 2004-2006 6.0s. keep me posted goodluck!
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 99 Ford
Start by verifying the oil pressure sending unit. It is quite common for a bad sensor to act erratically, such as you have described. Acquire an oil pressure gauge and install it in an appropriate location, perhaps in place of the oil sending unit if a more convenient location is not available, and run the engine. Observe the pressure on the test gauge at various RPM and over a period of several minutes as the engine warms. If pressure on the gauge is good, then you have a problem either with the oil pressure sending unit, in the circuitry, or instrument panel gauge. However, the problem is most likely the sending unit. Note: the sending unit often requires a special socket, which may be obtained at any auto parts store. Also, if you don't own a test gauge or unwilling to purchase, many auto parts stores now rent tools, others even loan tools provided an adequate security deposit is made.
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
Testimonial: "Very happy with results, Replaced oil filter and now no issues."
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