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Trouble starting & dies soon after starting

It is now in the shop for the 3rd time in 2 wks. Have trouble starting and then once running, will go a few hundred yards and it will die. Sometimes it starts fine & then dies later. Week ago, it started fine, got about 1/2 mile & it died & would not restart. The dealer has updated computer program & put 2 new batteries. Ran OK for a few days after new battery, but now having same problem again. Their diagnostics doesn't show anything. Anyone else with same problem?? any ideas on what it may be??

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What about the fuel filter in the frame? Did the Ford mechanic check it?
Is a diesel? If that is the case, it could be the electric cellanoid switch in the injector pump. But usually it would start and stop it would just shut down with that.


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