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Old 10-06-2009, 07:34 AM
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Trouble Code: P1000

Does anyone know what that means? The check engine light is NOT on but I looked for a code because my truck is idleing rough, and when driving, when the overdrive kicks in, it vibrates really bad. As if a bad U-joint on your drive shaft. The truck has been in a feild for about 5 months broke down so any clue? Haynes manual says nothing about P1000.
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A P1000 means testing incomplete. The truck needs to be driven to clear this code. Ford OBDII Diagnostic Trouble Codes - P1000-P1999 - Codes Specific to Ford vehicles .: Articles

Have you checked the u-joints? Has it been driven very much at all? If not, when you drive it, it will probably throw a code if it's engine related...

If you've got a bad cop, it'll vibrate like that in OD and cause a rough idle.
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Yeah, there seems to be play when shifting from reverse to forward (Vise Versa) so I guess a new shaft is something to look at. But what did you mean by "bad cop"? Is that short for something?
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cop = coil on plug

These engines have 8 individual coil packs sitting directly on top of the spark plugs.
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You will get that code if the battery has been disconnected or went flat. The code will disappear once you have completed a "drive cycle".
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It's a 98 model, right? I don't know if they used the coil-on-plugs that year. You may have a coil pack on each bank and plug wires. Either way, it sounds to me like a dead miss.......
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Yeah, its a '98. It has the coils on plug. But if it is a miss, wouldn't the truck throw a code? I haven't drove it yet because I need new tires which may be the reason its vibrating, but my trucks battery went dead because I left the key on while I had it on the lift; which was a while. Thanks for the help.
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Drive it down the road a couple of miles and back and see if it doesn't throw a code for you. Make sure you get it warmed up.......
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