Question about 2004 Ford F250
After engine gets hot, I lose power going up hills. The rpms drop to about 2000 and it just slows down to about 30 miles per hour. The tansmission fluid smells and looks o.k., it just feels like it isn't getting any fuel. However, as soon as I start back down hill or top out and get on level ground, the rpms pick back up and everything is fine.
Does temp gauge go up when this happens ? When was fuel filter changed last? If not recently, I'd start there.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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