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97 f350 7.3 lack of power and has these codes p1298/ p1219. Any thoughts on what is wrong ?

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1298= IDM failure
1219= CDI stuck low

IDM controls firing your injecters
I don't know what CDI is

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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SOURCE: after 2 years of no use my f350 v10 has a lack of

Check the fuel after about a year gas tends to go bad. If it smells like varnish it's bad. If its not the fuel do a compression check This will tell you if the valves are seating properly and if the rings are in good shape. If it's the fuel drain it refill and add fuel treatment. If it's a lack of compression try adding Marvel Mistery oil to the oil this will free up the rings and valves. Good Luck
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Posted on Nov 29, 2009

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