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My 2001 f-150 has a problem that no one can help me with. I can be driving alone about 60 to 70 MPH and all of a sudden thr RPM gaugage gos up to the max and the eng. shuts down but it starts back up and runs great

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Check for computer problem, find someone that have a truck like yours and switch computers, check for ecu good ground and try to erase the ecu and reprogram it back. MOst garages have a ecu reprogram tool.

good luck.

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