Question about 1987 Ford F 150
Make sure your exhaust is flowing freely and the catylitic converter is also.
Posted on Jun 14, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look about half way up the drivers side of the transmission there will be a large 'bolt' head its a fill plug loosen it, its only about a half inch long take it out and if fluid runs out or you can take a finger and touch fluid inside the transmission you are good
Posted on May 01, 2009
Hello genobeano: My name is Roger and I will give some information that should help. When you replace the pick up coil also replace the ignition module. The ignition module will short out the pick up coil. If the module is attached to the side of the distributor be sure to use die electric grease when installing the module on the distributor. Should you not use the grease you will burn up the ignition system. By the same token should the pick up coil short out the module will burn out. The fact it runs for a short time says that you have a heat problem. Normally is in the ignition system. There was a tech bulletin to replace the pick up and module as a unit to correct the problem.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2009
maf senser a tps senser are linked ,by they both sense the load on the engine ,one does it throttle opening and the other by air density u may check the tps and also for excessive air leaks around induction system
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
Did you try changing plugs and WIRES!! wires are the most common cause of this problem, under load if you have a bad cracked wire it will "leak" the spark causing a weaker spark there for making your spark at the plug weak not burning the entire charge in the cylinder. If this still doesn't solve your problem being the cheap way (im sure it may fix it) try by changing your coil packs let me know what happens. If all else fails you may have a sloppy injector
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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