Question about 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew
It could be numerous things but I can point out a few things I do different than some. I use Di-Electric grease on my COP's to reduce morning moisture or even when washing the engine.. If you get moisture under these, it will cause it to run as you explained or not at all. You may need to get a plug that fires hotter which will cause a better combustion. As far as the injector cleaning, did you use the pour in or was it run directly into the system by a shop? I know you're looking for a small amount of info, but I drive a Ford and the new E3 plugs give a little more power, but no fuel savings. I would use the OEM Platinum. Good Luck.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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