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Was pulling 30ft goose neck and my 02 powerstroke quit pulling took everything it had to pull. kept draining filter and it would run a little better then get worse again. changed filter. wanted to know if it is fuel or tranny.

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    Bill May 11, 2010

    Bad fuel ,is tranny slipping ?easy to replace fuel filters,maybe water in your fuel.



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Sound like fuel replace filter and check fuel pressure if not you may have a high pressure oil system or injector problem

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