Question about Ford F-350
I kinda agree with other Expert. The way your engine works is there can be 2 or more computers that keep your engine running. One computer operates the engine for a short time and then transfers the job to the second larger computer. If the second computer is bad, you will have this similar problem.
Other problems are the temperature sensor for water and failing to go into the "cold start loop". A cold engine needs different settings to run than a hot engine. Your engine could be stuck in the "HOT" setting.
Also problematic are the O2 sensors which should throw a "check engine" code. Missing or wrong info from these sensors can stall an engine.
Crankshaft sensor. Fuel pressure is adjusted by crankshaft rpm. The initial start will pressurize the gas lines without rpm before engine turns over. Stored fuel in lines then gets used and engine stalls as fuel is not replaced because of bad crankshaft sensor.
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
When it fails do you still have spark at the plugs? Sounds like and ignition module or coil to me.
Posted on Apr 14, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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