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- DRIVEABILITY - BUCK/SURGE FELT WITH SPEED CONTROL ENGAGED - 7.3L ENGINE ONLY
- ELECTRICAL - BUCK/SURGE FELT WITH SPEED CONTROL ENGAGED - 7.3L ENGINE ONLY
- ELECTRICAL - SPEED CONTROL - BUCK/SURGE FELT WITH SPEED CONTROL ENGAGED - 7.3L ENGINE ONLY
| Publication Date: October 7, 2003 |
| 1997 F-250, F-350 |
1999-2000 F SUPER DUTY
Article 00-25-4 is being republished as part of a consolidated 7.3L diagnostic aid booklet and to update the calibration table.
Some vehicles may exhibit an engine buck, surge, or jerk (also known as hitching/hesitation) while the speed control is active through all engine temperatures. This may be caused by the calibration and strategy of the Powertrain Control Module (PCM).
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