Hey guys, gotta find more info on this, its driving me nuts, I am like that. 2008 F150 Super crew 5.4 v8, bone stock. The truck was acting up with a rough idle and slight miss when in gear at a stop 2 weeks ago, loss of power going uphill. IDEA...changed fuel filter and filled up with premium and a can of sea foam. The truck straightened up after that, so I thought. Last friday it dies in the road, cranks, but no fire. Has to be the engine, had it towed to local dealer and they get to look at it monday afternoon, said the transmission fuse was blown and it keeps blowing new ones, its in the transmission wiring. I am used to older trucks and was blown away transmission wiring will shut the truck down. I would think the wiring harness to the transmission would be simple enough to check out, can the wiring or solenoids in the tranny cause this? Has anyone else heard of this or have any ideas, thanks guys.
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