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Throttle proublem Hello; I have a 1997 F 250 Power Stroke. Sometimes when I come to a stop or let up on the throtle and then step on it again there is nothing. If I step on it a second time it usually regains power. Can you help? buztam@charter.net

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    Hello; I have a 1997 F 250 Power Stroke. Sometimes when I come to a stop or let up on the throtle and then step on it again there is nothing. If I step on it a second time it usually regains power. Can you help?

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Have you changed the fuel filter or drained the fuel filter housing to get any water out that may have accumulated?

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