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Old 10-10-2012, 01:29 PM
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Not running right when cold, tested FICM and all is good?????

Need some help guys, my truck has been running like crap when it's cold. It cranks fine but just has no power until the motor warms up, I thought for sure it was the ficm but I tested it and even took it apart to see if I could see any weak spots but it was all good (it's a reman that was replaced before I got the truck about 2 years ago). But I can't seem to find a explanation for this problem. Any thing you guys might know to check or try? It's not throwing any codes


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Old 10-10-2012, 03:32 PM
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How many miles on this truck? Sounds like the classic stiction problem. Short of replacing all the injectors, the cure many have turned to is a Rev-X treatment and switching to a 5W-40 full synthetic
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It's got 260k it had the injectors replaced about 3 yrs ago. May just have to try the rev-x


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