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Old 07-07-2012, 02:02 PM
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Did heads and now problems

Runs good just not at low rpms idles fine. New oEm gaskets New stand pipes dummy plugs arp studs.

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Have you checked your FICM voltage?
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Rebuilt ficm feels like the pedal and engine don't match barley press pedal and it goes then let off it stumbles

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Now I'm home and can elaborate more. This is what I did cab off. Replaced head gaskets oem arp studs, new standpipes and dummy plugs, new icp and ipr, reman hpop, new oil cooler, water pump, thermostat, degas bottle, coolant filter kit, Ccv mod, egr delete, straight pipe with stack, re oringed injectors, cleaned the intake. The only thing did that I'm second guessing myself over is on the intake I let it sit overnight with super clean in it. Would this hurt the butterfly that's in it and the electronics thatson it. The truck idles fine and when you romp down on it sitting still it rev's quick then when you let off it will die. It is a 2004 f250 4x4. It also wants to not stay in overdrive when on the interstate at 70. And it is a stock tune right now I have a sct livewire thanks for Any help
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