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Old 05-04-2014, 12:42 PM
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po 1131 & 1151 on a 99/00 e250 w/5.4

This is our oldest van with us for about 11 years or so. It is a 99/00 e250 extended with roughly 165k on it. It was sucking down fuel like no tomorrow and I brought it to my friend's body shop. He cleaned the MAP sensor with spray and the fuel curve went back to normal for about a month.

Sent 2 guys to fix lights at a gym across the river in the city and the truck went insane. Didn't want to idle and kept stalling. Act of God to get it back to my house and had the worker switch trucks.

Turned the truck over and it won't run for a second. Immediately stalls, if you gasd it and try to get it in gear it shakes and konks out. Has a service engine light on, so i borrowed my friend's snap on scanner with the ford key chip and ran for codes. Got two with them being 1131 and 1151.

Anyhow I was looking all over and it says a few different things. Is there anything simple I can do to rule out before I call the towtruck or steal back my towdolley and get it brought to my friend's garage? So I will most likely wait till tomorrow.

Getting towed cheap or at all on a Sunday is an act of God. I know anything with a doghouse van set up is a triple joy to work on.
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Look for a massive vacuum leak, either in the PCV valve plumbing or in the intake tubing
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