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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could be carbon deposits on valve seats keeping valves from totally closing. You can try getting you a can of motorcraft PM3 top end engine cleaner and get engine up to operating temp then remove one of the small vacuum lines from the intake and draw the contents of the can slowly into the engine.After you have drawn in the contents shut engine off and let it soak for about 45 minutes then crank it back up and let it run until it clears. Now it will smoke like a forrest fire while you are doing this so don't be alarmed,just tell the neighbors you are spraying for mosqitos.This may cure the problem. If not you may be looking at a valve job.
This can be verified with a compression test if this is what is causing it.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: Over-drive shudder 45+ mph
The P0308 could be showing up because of the torque converter shudder. Go to your local trans shop, or parts store and get a bottle of Smart Blend. It is the best additive for TCC shudder. Do Not put anything else in your trans. This stuff works, and it is the only additive recomended by GM, and Dodge.. It is not but about $10, if your converter in not to far gone this will help. If it is all you are out is $10. Good Luck.
Posted on May 09, 2009
Depended on the mileage and if the truck has been worked hard. It could be a few things, A worn out hydraulic lifter, a worn crank bearing, old engine oil that needs to be changed, or maybe a tired oil pump. Try using a stethoscope to narrow down where the ticking noise is loudest. From there you will have a better idea what the cause is. Take a look at the oil pressure, see if it takes to long in the morning for the oil pressure to start building. Every time you look at something different it will help bring you that much closer to the solution.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
SOURCE: #7 cylinder misfire dtc p0307
Best place to start would be with spark plug and have a look at it. Wet with fuel would indicate no spark, carbon build up, bad wire or plug etc. If your familiar with testing at spark plug to confirm spark getting to plug, then do that first. If no spark to plug, coil pack would be next, or distributor parts such as cap, wires, rotor etc. If getting spark, then try cleaning and checking connections to injector. There are other more expensive things that may be causing it, but lets try the cheapest, most common and easiest first to narrow it down, and get back to me/us, if still having problem.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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