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Old 10-24-2009, 01:08 PM
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truck just shuts off..?..on my 2002 f250 triton v10-? fuel filter changing?

has anyone ever changed there fuel filter on a 2002 ford f250 tirton v10..the primary filter under drivers seat on rail bottom under truck and the secondary fuel filter under the hood...looking for some tips before i get into it..

today when i started the truck, took off and drove 1 block and it shut off and died when i was driving, ouked over tried to start it , nothing just keep trying to turn over...waited then it started and i made it 1 whole block and the same thing happened..then i did the same procedure and hobbled back home ...told by my gear head freinds that it is probally the fuel filters and maybe the fuel pump? i have 130 k on the engine i bought the truck used from someone when it had 108k on it. thanks for any help u might have.....MIDWEST!!!!!!!!
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Changing the fuel filter will be good if it fixes the problem or not.

Can you hear the fuel pump run when you turn the key on but don't start?

Should be some sorta hum, not sure though.
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I would have voted cam position sensor, William, any way of moving him into one of the superduty threads?
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Hey Tim, long time no see. Glad you got into the Ford family. Did you get the truck running by changing the filter?

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I would have voted cam position sensor, William, any way of moving him into one of the superduty threads?


Uhm, pat, its a v10, not a PSD. =)

if that it would be a "crank position sensor"

Yea, tim. You should post this in the v10 forum to get the best help. Only one person here has a v10 that I know of, and that is green machine johns dad.
oh, dan's uncil or somebody he knows has one also.
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Agreed, but I still stand with the CRANK position sensor. I am pretty confident in that answer though.
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You didn't say crank before. :P
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Yea, CPS does all sorts of strange things when they go bad on gassers.
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as well as smokers...
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i vote crank sensor as well. fairly common on the v-10 of that year.
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