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I have a 1999 E350 7.3 turbo diesel that only has approx.30,00 miles on it. Last week the service engine soon light came on after getting about 2 miles down the road and then started to run rough. It continued this for two days and now the light comes on as soon as I start it a runs rough. I would greatly appreciate the help. Note: I replaced the fuel, fuel filter, ICP sensor. Thanks

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Take it to a shop that specializes in diesels or fords. they will be the best qualified to help you. You did good by replacing the fuel filter, that would be one thing they would want to replace anyhow.

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