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Engine idles high for a little over a minite then dies

I drive 2004 ford f150 and when i start it the engine idles high for about 90 seconds before dying

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  • christjt May 18, 2009

    the check engine light doesnt come on. i

  • bibimano19 May 20, 2009

    My truck while be on for a wile then turns off they told my that the oxeygen sencors or not good.

  • jasonbabbitt May 11, 2010

    IS THERE A CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON? IT SOUNDS LIKE YOUR IDLE AIR CONTROL ASEMMBLEY MAY BE BAD.

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Clean your MAF sensor and see if that works.

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with the engine running lift hood and lisen for a vacum leak and check all your vacum lines. if no vacum leak can be found then replace the idle air control valve.

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