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2004 Ford F-250 6.0 Diesel Problem please help

I have a 2004 Ford F-250 Crew Cab Super Duty 4X4 6.0 Diesel. I was pulling my race car to the track the other day and as I started up a large hill, the truck began to chug and have power failure. I pulled over and the truck just died. Now you can start the truck, sometimes it is hard starting, put it in neutral and it will rev up to 4000 rpm real easy. If you drop it into drive and put the pedal on the floor, it will go to about 1000 rpm and begin to chug and die. Recently the fuel filters have been changed and an egr cooler delete system has been asdded to the truck. But I have probably put 1500 miles or more since then. Any Ideas?

Possible Catalytic Conveter?
Injector Problems?
Lift Pump?

Has anyone else had this problem?

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I have a 2004 Ford F-250 Crew Cab Super Duty 4X4 6.0 Diesel. I was pulling my race car to the track the other day and as I started up a large hill, the truck began to chug and have power failure. I pulled over and the truck just died. Now you can start the truck, sometimes it is hard starting, put it in neutral and it will rev up to 6000 rpm real easy. If you drop it into drive and put the pedal on the floor, it will go to about 1000 rpm and begin to chug and die. Recently the fuel filters have been changed and an egr cooler delete system has been asdded to the truck. But I have probably put 1500 miles or more since then. Any Ideas?

Possible Catalytic Conveter?
Injector Problems?
Lift Pump?

Has anyone else had this problem?


6000 RPMS, is that a typo?
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I hope so, my tach only reads 5000, and rev limiter is set at 4100

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I hope so, my tach only reads 5000, and rev limiter is set at 4100
same here, If your truck was at 6,000 RPMs its, amazing that it didn't fly apart around you
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You all are correct it only goes to about 4000 rmp. That was a mis-keyed number. But what about some help with this problem?
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