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Old 08-20-2011, 09:55 PM
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1991 F 250 Engine question

Hello, all. The farm I work on has an old 1990 or 1991 F 250 4X4. We used this thing for years and years and years.
About two years ago, it started acting up. every time the engine gets hot, it shuts down, and will not restart until the truck cools down. I'd hate to see them junk an otherwise usable truck... the thing has a set of three ton overload springs on it to haul seed and stuff..over something that may be an easy fix.
The motor in question is a 351 with fuel injection.

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With those symptoms it is most likely the ignition module. Pull it and have it tested.
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I think the best bet is sell it to me for $100


but ya, Id bet on the TFI as well...
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Sorry I didn't get back on this subject sooner.. I went to inform those guys of the problem..and they informed me that the transmission is junk. lovely...
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see? selling to me for $100 is getting more viable by the day...
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