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need help bad... the mechanic is stumped....

I have a 05 f250 6.0 with 53,000 miles on it... the other day i was on the 4 lane and drive good, all of a sudden it just lost power (but didnt die).. a few days later it died and wouldnt start, so i changed fuel filters and air filter, all not that dirty.. still nothing... i got it started and was running great, got up to normal running temp, and i shut it off and tried to start it back and nothing... it starts cold and dies when it gets warm... the mechanic pulled a few codes and said he fixed it, he drove it all day while i was at work and ran great, i go that evening to get it and i make it 100 feet down the road and it does the same thing, dead... they have done fuel pressure test, its good.. dropped the tank, clean as a babies butt... funny thing is while the fuel test equipment is hooked up it runs great, take it off and i get in it goes ****ty.... please help, i really need help its breaking me up... i am going crazy..
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did the mechanic tell you what codes he pulled?

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He has them on the bill, and i was so pissed at the time i left it in the truck.. i will get them tomorrow and post them.. it driving me crazy....
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having the codes will help

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i will have them on here tomorrow evening.. thanks for the replies......
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My money is on P2290 and P2291 ICP too low/while cranking are at least one of them. Is this YOUR mechanic or a dealer mechanic? With only 53,000 miles on it, this repair should be covered under warranty unless your warranty in-service date is before Feb. of 2005.

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Its not my mechanic, its a mechanic here in texas, i am out of town... warranty ran out in january, i checked....
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If you don't mind posting your VIN I can check to see what exactly has been done under warranty.

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the truck isnt right here with me at the moment, but if you would please check back with me tomorrow i will have the list of codes and the VIN number... PLEASE this will be very helpful for me.......... thanks....
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Yes, I would like this information before posting what I THINK is causing your issue.

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