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Our 1985 Ford F-150 V8 truck keeps cutting off. We have replaced the fuel pump, fuel sensor box and fuel filter. It will turn over, but won't start sometimes. Sometimes when you let off the gas, it will cut off and not start for a time. Could you please help us.

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  • sabrina_phil Jul 09, 2010

    Thanks for responding, we have ruled out the fuel filter, but will look into the other suggestions.

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    angela skeffington Mar 28, 2014

    my 2007 fairlane is cutting out like its missing not getting enough fuel im thinking cam sensors

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Could be the cam sensor....and maybe cracked cap, bad plugs cloged fuel filter bad wires...

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