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Old 08-08-2013, 05:28 PM
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truck wants to cut off when coasting

So ive been trying to trouble shoot a friends truck and im stumped. Truck runs and drives fine but when you let off the pedal and coast it sounds like its going to turn off.

Ive checked fuel pressure and the lowest it got was 50psi, he had a blue spring to go ahead and install so we did that and now were back up to 60. FP doesnt fluctuate when the truck goes to choppin so ive ruled that out. ICP pressure doesnt drop below 550 and the IPR seems to be working accordingly. (All i have to use is the Torque app) The injector pulse width driving normally is 1200-1400. When you go to coast it drops to zero as i believe it should then jumps back up to 800 and works its way back up to 12-1400. Pulse width seems to hold pretty steady when the truck is choppin but like i said im using the torque app so im not getting instant data.

any ideas?
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Old 08-09-2013, 06:41 AM
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Torque converter staying locked up? Coast solenoid problem?

Have you put it in neutral to see if it stops doing it?
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Old 08-09-2013, 02:22 PM
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Hmm i will give the neutral shift a try but i don't really think its the trans.

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