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Old 01-06-2014, 02:15 PM
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Loss of power and died driving.

Sorry in advanced and I know there is a search button but none of the results I found seem to match my concerns. Driving this morning in 0 degrees. Truck had no power could barley get to 60mph. had a hard time maintaing that speed and just got worse from there. I pulled over and it died. waited about 2-3 mins started back up running a little rough tried to get back up to 60 to get to the next off ramp. Any way did this 4 times to get to a safe stopping point where I wouldnt get hit. checked for codes using the edge cts. had a crank postion code exhaust flow and the p2290. I am guessing the first two to the stalling. After sitting for about 10 mins truck would start and run fine for about a min then started running rough and I just shut it down and called the wrecker. I am a mechanic and work at a dealership but that for sure doesnt mean I know what i am talking about just sounds like it. When I first got the truck I did the bpd egr. truck has all reman injectors. new style stand pipes and plugs. I just had ford do the head gaskets and stc fitting because it was under warranty. I am guessing its something with the stc or hoping? any thoughts. Ford won't know anything until tomorrow afternoon but I doubt they are going to own up something going wrong with the work they did but ????
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Really any input/thoughts would be apprecitated!
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I would check the high pressure oil system for air leaks.
I assume it has something to do with a leak or a clogged IPR valve.

Or something electrical like FICM connectors.


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Old 01-07-2014, 09:16 AM
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Thank you for the response Six0~Stroker.

Just got the call from Ford. Hopefully everyone doesn't make fun of me for too long but I have never actually experienced it but the fuel was gelled.
On the plus side I only buy fuel at Quik trip and they garuantee it so they will reinburse me for the tow and shop charges.
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