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I had egr delet and power max turbo installed on my 07 f350 now the fuel sensor keeps going out

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I know whats going on with this vehicle.. but un fortunatly. a E>G>R> deleet is VERRY illeagal

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  • mike garner May 11, 2014

    Im out on the desertso pretty much off road use only

  • mike garner May 11, 2014

    Im out on the desertso pretty much off road use only

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    Can any one help

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    Stc programmer worked

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SOURCE: f350 Smoking and missing

Have you checked the Injectors?

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SOURCE: Ford-F350 7.3 turbo sluggish when you accelerate

i dont know about the turbo going bad,but i do know that ive seen 7.3 diesel have bad injectors,usually 2 at a time, check for fuel at the injector which can get messy so wear protective gear such as goggles and gloves,while running crack open the fuel line at the injector to see if there is fuel,it should run rough which is good on the working cylinders,if it doesnt change then maybe a bad injector,or not enough fuel pressure at that injector.injection pump issues are another thing,but most likely its an injector.

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SOURCE: I changed EGR valves, selinoid, sensors, and even

go to auto zone or someone with a scan tool to find out what codes are stored on the computer in the car

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SOURCE: p0171 lean code will not go away. changed fuel

Double check the very small hose that comes off of the manifold, since it sits so close to the manifold, I would not be surprised to find it frail and broken.

If you have tried everything else, have you had the code cleared after you changed out the parts? try having it cleared again....

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SOURCE: 1986 corvette running rich at idle, give it gas

have you tried checking the map sensor this can sometimes cause the engine to run oddly. also check for good spark check wires when its pitch black out check for wire arching. also check fuel pressure with a pressure guage.make sure cap and rotor are clean of deposits. keep searching and you will find the weak link.

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