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Old 06-09-2015, 08:42 PM
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Alrighty! That's what I thought, but I'd thought I'd ask anyway. Thanks for the lead!
 
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Dexmex has another thread going....you need the full story. Rarely have I seen a bad IAC cause Code 12. Vacuum leak is most likely cause. Then there is the known exhaust leak upstream of the O2 sensor.
 
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I am merely replying to a thread to which I had replied much earlier and offered my input here; if he has another thread elsewhere then so be it, but I am leaving my posts as they are.
 
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Can I check the IAC? I was told once by a friend that you can unplug the IAC while the engine is running- if it stumbles the part is good. Never done it before though or know how accurate that would be.

Shoot I hate vacuum leaks. But I don't know the history of the truck, so it won't hurt at all to look for them.
 
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Your friend is right , start it up and unplug it; does the engine RPM lower and/or die?
 
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Old 06-09-2015, 10:32 PM
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Originally Posted by ctubutis View Post
Your friend is right , start it up and unplug it; does the engine RPM lower and/or die?

It stumbled and died right on cue. At least that eliminates a possibility. Like the gentleman above said- I have an exhaust leak, the exhaust manifold is toast. I'm not sure if that plays any role in the low idle/stalling. Moved to this thread because the one I created was EGR related, now solved. Thought I'd search for threads on this problem specifically!

Unfortunately it looks like I'll be hunting for vacuum leaks.... At least I'll get a few cigars out of it.
 

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I am merely replying to a thread to which I had replied much earlier and offered my input here; if he has another thread elsewhere then so be it, but I am leaving my posts as they are.
I was merely informing you DexMex has another thread going with more information of what is going on with their vehicle. Too many times someone jumps from thread to thread that makes it difficult for anyone to answer without knowing all the details.

No harm, no foul...glad that you replied.
 
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2000 f 150

My 2000 f 150 has a new tranny. Replaced shift selenoids and wiring harness. The truck stalls when I put it in drive but if I two foot it and give it gas while letting off the brake it will sputter but won't die and it'll drive but as soon as I shift it out of drive and shift back into drive it stalls. Any thoughts on what this could be?
 
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Originally Posted by Natasha Jadusingh View Post
My 2000 f 150 has a new tranny. Replaced shift selenoids and wiring harness. The truck stalls when I put it in drive but if I two foot it and give it gas while letting off the brake it will sputter but won't die and it'll drive but as soon as I shift it out of drive and shift back into drive it stalls. Any thoughts on what this could be?
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You might get a better response in the 1997 to 2003 F150 section of the site: 1997 - 2003 F150 - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
 
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1995 Bronco XLT stalls at lights and sometimes in reverse

My 1995 bronco XLT quits at lights sometimes and now its getting to where I have to keep ignition turned over till starts. Also, before this started it likes to stall when put in reverse sometimes. New plugs etc. Go uphill and A/C goes warm then back cold again too. Ibeen checked for vaccuum leak and nobody can see any. Help!
 
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When driving, if I come to a stop with the breaks applied, the truck doesn't stall at all. It drives perfectly when in drive, it runs perfectly at a stop with the breaks applied and runs perfectly in park. The only issue is it totally stalls out when in park and I shift it to Reverse or Drive. I have to apply to gas when going from Park to Reverse to make it not stall. Have no idea whats going on here.
=leftHello, did you find the problem with your truck then? I have the same problem with my 95 460 cui, F250 with E4OD transmission. So I bought the truck in CA and changed everything, I also changed the gear, but the problem is still there. Request for reply
 
 
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