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  • DRIVEABILITY - BI-FUEL - REDUCED ENGINE POWER, RPM DIP OR IDLE SURGE GREATER THAN 200 RPM IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING TIP-IN FROM A STOP - OPERATING IN ALTERNATIVE FUEL MODE - VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH 5.4L BI-FUEL ENGINE ONLY
Publication Date: NOVEMBER 29, 2001

FORD:
2000-2001 F-150

This article is being republished in its entirety to update the Calibration Information Chart.

ISSUE:

Some Bi-Fuel equipped vehicles may exhibit reduced engine power, RPM dip or idle surge greater than 200 RPM immediately following tip-in, from a stopped position, using less than 1/4 throttle application, while operating on alternative fuel mode only. This may be caused by the calibration of the Powertrain Control Module (PCM).

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