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2006 F-150 stumbles at start up,and sometimes cranks for a bit like an old carb engine does when its cold before it starts....5.4 engine...

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New Spark Plugs--every 70,000 miles
Clean MAF Sensor
New O2 Sensors--100,000 miles
Fuel Filter-every 3 years

Check TPS Sensor for opens

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