Question about 2004 Ford F150
It may recalibrate itself. The computers recalibrate every 1,000 miles. Also, because of the unique sparkplugs in these engines there may be some fouling or you may have made a mistake in the replacement process. If it doesn't go away soon take it to a dealership. If you don't you could cause expensive damage to your engine and exhaust systems.
(I know... :/ )
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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