Question about 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew
I have driven the truck on a warm day and parked and run my errand, it will start but it will not stay running. I have also have had it where it will not even turn over and I have a one year old five year battery in it. Would love to have a dependable truck on warm weather days...
Is it the catalytic converter?m fuel pump, filter, what?
2001 Ford SuperCrew not a Styleside....
It sounds almost like 'vapor lock' caused by a fuel line too close to heat which can cause a bubble in the line and engines really don't run well on bubbles.
On a fairly modern truck I can't imagine that the static ignition timing is too far advanced but I would be checking that too.
When warm, many vehicles will keep the electric cooling fan running for several minutes to prevent vapor from forming in the lines since the external temperature can climb a good bit right after the engine is turned off.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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