Question about Ford F-150
I recommend you test your fuel pressure to see if it fluctuates any.If it were to be any of the other sensors you would have a check engine light that would come on.The only system that doesn't have any sensors would be your fuel system unless it has a fuel pressure sensor and you would have a light for that also.I would take a look at your fuel pump and filter.Also have your injectors balance tested this will tell you if you have any bad injectors or pressure regulator.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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