Question about 2004 Ford F150
You will need to scan the computer and see what codes are stored, this may be caused by a bad gas pedal sensor or a bad throtlebody asm, this is a little dificult for a regular person to diagnose due the the reasons that a scan tool is needed and also knowing about the system. without a scan tool you will just be guessing. i would first recommend checking with the dealer for any recalls on this problem, if this is not warantied then first go to an auto part store and check the codes, they will scan it and give you the codes, write me back with the codes and i will try to help you, a common problem with these is the throtlebody goes bad, the sensors inside the throtle go bad but get me the code first. good day.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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