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Truck shuts down

I have a 95 F-350 crew cab with the 7.3l international turbo diesel that will randomly shut down while driving. i've checked the filters, and the fuel/water separator. i've also put additive in the tank and it has not done much to help the problem. the truck will start right back up after 30sec to 2 min after shutting the ignition completely off

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  • 3nut chuck Feb 18, 2009

    I have a 2002 F250 7.3L and I'm also having the same issues. I have had 3 Cam Sensors replaced two of which have been replaced in the past week. I also have a Power Programmer and the DTC code it is showing is the 0340 which is the Cam Sensor. I know that Ford has a recall on these sensors but it's not working. There is something else going on and no one has any ideas. It's obvious that Ford needs to address this issue and fix the problem........Concerned Power Stroke owner....

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I had same issue especially when cold outside. Changed CPS worked and still does. Still occasionally shuts off though but no where near as often. Twice as month now as opposed to 5-10 times a day.

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I had a similar problem. The truck ran fine cold, but after it warmed up it would shut down. It ended up being the high pressure oil pump. Once the oil thinned out it couldn't keep up. Explanation. The injectors are oil driven. It was expensive, but fixed the problem.

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I had the same problem on mine,after troubleshooting for some time i changed what i think was called the crank possitioning sensor located at the timing mark where we used to shoot the timing light in the old days.

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

Chaned the cps and the truck still wont start

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Have the Cam Position Sensor changed. Ford has a recall to replace it to the new style. Typically the CPS does not cause an intermittent problem b ut mine did the same and stopped once the CPS was changed. If Ford will not fix it the new sensor is around $20-25.

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