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Old 04-29-2013, 06:03 PM
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TRUCK RUNS THEN RUNS ROUGH LIKE OUT OF FUEL

i have 05 f350 with 6.0.today truck ran perfect then as i was leaving from a light it felt like it was out of fuel.truck sat for about 20 min then it ran perfect for another 10 min then started running rough again again i shut truck off for about 10 min started up and ran fine anuff for me to get home.them noticed a hissing sound from the fuel pump on frame rail and also on the fuel filter housing under the hood .no cracks that i can see and no fuel shooting out.fuel pump sounds fine when truck runs normal but when truck starts to run bad it sound like it is having issues.pleaed help
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Old 05-07-2013, 06:13 PM
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6.0 bucking now won't start - help

I have an 03 with the 6.0 that is doing that exact thing but now won't even start. Ran great for half my 12 mile commute home, then while sitting at the stop light it started bucking bad like it was running out of fuel, had little power the rest of th way home and died when I stopped in the driveway. Now won't start at all but does fire. Temp stayed cool and tank has over 3/4 fuel. I don't get it.
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Old 05-07-2013, 06:36 PM
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Have you guys tried changing your fuel filters? Only use oem fuel filters when you do.
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Old 05-07-2013, 06:40 PM
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Yes, less than 1000 miles since fuel filters changed at dealership. Top bowl has plenty in it upon inspection. Still no luck getting to start.
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Old 05-08-2013, 03:33 PM
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I changed my fuel filters they only had about 1000 miles on them but I did clean out my fuel pump housing on the frame rail and found lots of trash and I think it was blocking up the fuel ports. i removed the 4 (7mm bolts) on the side of the fuel pump were all the fuel lines run into and lots of trash was removed .very easy to do it took me about 30 min from start to finish just be careful not to damage the gasket. now truck runs fine with no issues I also removed e.g.r valve and cleaned as well .its been 6 days and truck runs great. good luck hope this work for u
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Old 05-08-2013, 05:59 PM
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You highlight a real problem in that the filter has often not been the problem, but rather a restriction due to corrosion in the HFCM low spot.
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check FICM voltage. and check ficm wire harness for rubbed through spots. a guy on the forum found his fuel pump assy. was clogged a few days ago too. have you checked your fuel pressure yet either?
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