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Re: driving me crazy
Oxygen senson alternator throttle body fuel air mix housing u will find this connected off the air filter assembly fuel filters improperly installed or clogged 3 of them one in engine compartment one on chassis by gas tank and one in the tank called the sending unit this has a filter on it bad ignition coil bad battery bad computer settings
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If you drive this truck with your foot on the brake and other on the gas this seems to be a common problem.drive with one foot and it may solve your problem. if thats not it try cleaning your throttle body. if this was helpful please leave good feed back
These small leaks can drive you crazy! The best advise I can give is to follow every hose in the fuel vapor system from end to end and look for cracks in the hoses. If you find any, no matter how minor they are, either cut back the bad end if there's enough or replace it. Also check the clamps on all hoses including the filler to the tank.
If you want you can have a shop " smoke " the system which may help pinpoint the leak, my experiance has been that this method dosen't always work well on the smaller leaks.
Since the original problem had not been properly diagnosed, and now the cut hose has complicated the issue, it's impossible to troubleshoot/diagnose it here. The solution was to have it properly diagnosed from the start.
WELL PLEASE GO TO FORD DEALER. INDEPENDENT SHOPS GUESS ALOT BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT SPECIALIZED. DEALER'S THESE DAY'S ARE JUST AS CHEAP AS INDEPENDENT SHOP DUE STAY COMPETATIVE. IF YOU GO THERE FOR A CONCERN,IT WILL GET FIXED FOR THAT CONCERN END OF STORY. THE DEALER GIVES YOU A QUOTE THAT'S WHAT YOU PAY OTHERWISE IF ITS MISDIAGNOSED THEY PAY FOR THE REST TO IT'S RIGHT. PLEASE CONSIDER DEALER. MAY BE A FUEL PUMP RELAY OR PUMP. YOU DIDN'T MENTION ENGINE SO I HAVE TO GUESS. POSSIBLY A STATOR AND TFI MODULE,REALLY COMMON ON 302'S AND 351W ENGINES WHEN THEY GET HOT. GOOD LUCK
I had a similar problem in my grand prix i did some research and found out a couple different things that it could be... it could either be a bad fuel pump, a bad resitor, or a bad connection in the wires on the fuse box. My problem was solved simply by taking out the fuse box and checking the wire that came from the fuel system. It turned ot that it was just a bad connection.
If you let it warm up first it should not run ruff .Its the car staying in low gear to warm up the catalytic converter faster so that it can cut the amount of pollution that the is car producing .For the clean-air laws.