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Old 01-21-2013, 07:37 PM
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Have not tried that.this thing has me puzzled.i thaught it was a fuel pump issue.i replaced it.but the truck runs fine in the day time.as soon as the temp drops.in the mornings when i warm it up.press on the brake and it stalls.i removed the fuel filter install a presure port and it goes to o when the brake is pressed.any ideas
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no it does not stall when i turn stering wheel from side to side.
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Same problem

I'm currently working on a 2005 Ford F-350 that's showing the same symptoms as above. I see that Kimyward says that he replaced the CPS. Was it with an improved aftermarket version or an OEM part? I'm stumped, this truck:
-isn't popping any DTC's
-shuts off if it is revved to 2800rpms and you let off the pedal
-shuts down sometimes with sudden braking, especially after revving

I was originally assigned this vehicle to replace a wiring harness, which I did. I've checked connections, inspected engine PIDS with the IDS diagnostic program, and swapped the ICP sensor. If anyone has some insight please let me know.

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Old 08-04-2014, 07:18 PM
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My was on a 05 f350 V10 I redid all my engine grounds and had the computer refreshed and bbc.co problems solved
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My was on a 05 f350 V10 I redid all my engine grounds and had the computer refreshed and bbc.co problems solved
Thanks for the swift reply, but what does bbc.co mean?
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I'm currently working on a 2005 Ford F-350 that's showing the same symptoms as above. I see that Kimyward says that he replaced the CPS. Was it with an improved aftermarket version or an OEM part? I'm stumped, this truck:
-isn't popping any DTC's
-shuts off if it is revved to 2800rpms and you let off the pedal
-shuts down sometimes with sudden braking, especially after revving

I was originally assigned this vehicle to replace a wiring harness, which I did. I've checked connections, inspected engine PIDS with the IDS diagnostic program, and swapped the ICP sensor. If anyone has some insight please let me know.

Thanks

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Check your fuel pressure. You need as very MINIMUM of 50 psi for healthy injectors. The only time I've ever had this happen was from low fuel pressure.
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Old 08-04-2014, 07:55 PM
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Sorry I meant I redid the engine grounds and the dealer reflashed the computer and problem was solved.hope this helps out
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Old 08-05-2014, 03:25 PM
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Worked

I replaced the camshaft postion sensor, and the truck seems to be fine now. Thanks for the assistance.
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Am glad things went well for u this is a great site.
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