Question about Ford F-150
Most likely this is due to a loose connection or other wiring problem which is stretches when the powertrain "swings" to the right when you make a left turn. This happens because the powertrain is mounted in flexible rubber mounts to allow some motion rather than a rigid mounting to the frame.
To determine if this is indeed what is happening, with the engine running and the car parked, open the hood and give the engine a hard push towards the passenger side of the engine compartment in order to simulate the motion of the drivetrain when you make a left turn.
If the engine cuts off, you may begin looking for wiring problems in the relevant locations
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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