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  1. nivlage999
    09-28-2014 02:44 AM - permalink
    Thanks for your help Bluegrass! I appreciate the time you took to give me some solid advice!
    12-28-2013 09:21 AM - permalink
    your wisdom is needed good sir, i have an engine problem that seems to be recurrent and you are the only person that comes to mind that would have the knowledge i require to get the right parts and tools for the proper repair.
  3. Rich164
    12-19-2013 09:57 PM - permalink
    Bluegrass, thanks for sharing your wisdom. My 97 Dodge Ram is doing the same hard jerk that you speak of at 45-50 mph. However, I think the Dodge only has a single ignition coil. Does it still make sense for that to be the problem? Thanks for any advice.
  4. KLBogdanski
    10-08-2013 10:43 AM - permalink
    HI! I saw your post on the cars that were Bucking between 40 & 60 MPH & your information was invaluable. Seeing you really know your stuff I just wanted to run something by you. I have a 2008 Ford Edge SEL AWD that just went in for it's 90K mile tune up; new filters, new oil, new spark plugs & wires. After this tune up I had the occasional bucking like people are reporting. Could it be coincidence that a coil might not be right after this or could it be a faulty wire or plug? It wasn't doing this before they changed these. I have had it in a few times and can't get them to see anything on their computer or feel it when they had it and I have 2 road trips to go on from NY to upstate this weekend and NY to NC next weekend and I just want to get this fixed. SO if I could tell them what to do it might really help! your reasoning behind the coils is great I just found it weird this wasn't happening before they changes spark plugs & wires so I just wanted to check with you! thanks!
  5. warrenred1devil
    04-04-2013 02:43 PM - permalink
    I have a exped. 5.4 misfiring on 2 and 3 the coil are good what else could it be
  6. dvlsmstr
    02-15-2013 07:12 PM - permalink
    Hello sir. The EV icon is flashing on my scanner. Stopped at Advance and the girl there suggested new gas cap. The one on there looks original and for $13 i figured its worth a try. Any other ideas?
  7. jhowel34
    01-20-2013 12:26 AM - permalink
    I was reading a post that you had commented on about a shudder at 40mph due to faulty coil pack issues. I am having the same shutter issue around 40mph with mine and realize it is probably a coil problem. This may be a stupid question but my battery is really weak and I am trying to delay getting a new one. I read somewhere in here about low voltage at the coil cause it to miss read could a weak battery possibly be causing this problem? I never noticed the problem before my battery was weak.
  8. frankg3079
    12-08-2012 11:59 AM - permalink
    Hi Bluegrass, Hope I am not imposing but I saw one of your trans. answers and thought you might be able to help me. Whenever I shift from park to reverse i get a delay and an idle surge of approx. 200-300. rpm. If it is cold it is a little more. Then it kind of clunks into gear. It does the same going to drive but the rpm increase is less. Is this trans or engine. It is a 4R70W. F-150 4x4 5.4L. When driving all operations seem normal. Pulls strong through all gears, shifts up & down normally. Just had fluid & filter replaced.

    Thanks in advance.
  9. Pwilson32
    09-24-2012 07:57 AM - permalink
    I was wondering if you had any experience or knowledge about exhaust for a 2000 f150 4.6 v8. I have no idea what would sound good on this model
  10. khadma
    09-10-2012 04:45 AM - permalink
    Wow, looks like you get a lot of tech questions PMed to you.
    Do you mind if I pick your brain too. Let me know.
    Thanks darren

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