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Old 07-29-2013, 01:29 PM
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Exclamation 2007 f250 6.0 Harley edition runs ruff when cold no power after 15-30 min of idling

I have a 07 f250 6.0 I'm having power issues with if I start it up when it's cold and let the truck warm up for 15-30 min will barley shift and get up to 40 it does billed boost and feels like it has a miss in it I have changed the fuel filters and drained water separator and fresh oil with 15w40 rotella any ideas what it can be ?
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Have you checked your FICM voltage or it could be stiction in your injectors. I had stiction and I changed to Rotella T6 5w40 and it helped alot with cold starts.
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Agreed^^ check ficm voltage, do you have a monitor? Any codes? Egr valve? If so clean egr valve, check codes, and ficm voltage.


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Welp, those guys beat me to it
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ficm, injectors or both
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What's the correct way to check the ficm ? And
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Old 07-30-2013, 07:58 PM
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Also no codes are present at this time
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What did you use to check for codes?

I found this for checking ficm voltage.

http://www.ficmfixer.com/testing.htm


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