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post #1 of 7 Old 04-09-2011, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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choking out when turning

When I turn to the right after stopping at stop sign sometimes the engine sputters or chokes out. Done it a few times. Anyone else having this issue?



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Sounds like the Power steering is Choking it down ? Check the Fluid level ,and see if the Fluid looks used or burnt? maybe you have as Bad Power steering unit,Hell I Bought a Brand New Yamaha F250 Fourstroke and It came with a bad fuel pump LOL so anythings Possible when you make thousands of trucks One or two are gonna have small issues like this...

Best thing is the trucks New so you have a warranty and don't have to worry about the cost to fix it ,Only your Down time without the truck which Sux :~(

If not the power steering maybe something else thats running off the Belt causen Friction ?
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SPERDAVE Why did you sell the dodge 6.7 for a 6.7 ford?

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The Dodge was really cheap feeling and the 6.7 Cummins was not near as tough as the 5.9 I also had problems with the 6.7 Cummins in the cold. The 6.7 Powerstroke has tons more power and so far way better fuel economy. Plus the Powerstroke is wrapped in a nice comfy package.



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I have had this same thing happen too me once, almost felt like it was running out of fuel
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After I make a turn, and then straighten out, I get to about 20mph and the truck quits accelerating for about 30-60ft. Thenk it will pick up and go on. I just hold the accelerator down until it picks back up. Anyone else have this issue.
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Same exact thing here, happens often!
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