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Engine hestitation....

got my '11 f250 slt back in may. it's now got about 15k on it. from the beginning, on light to medium acceleration, i have what feels like engine hesitation / missing. it only lasts for a second, then something catches and it's back to normal. it happens every day 1-2 times, but not every time i am accelerating. it's very, very obvious.

i have read about the trans slipping problem, but i dont know if this is that problem or not. it's feels more like engine to me. anyone else dealing with this?
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Maybe it's the boost kicking in... Lol.

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Ive noticed this also on my 2012 with only 50 miles on it.
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fakie99....any chance that u do the 1 foot throttle/1foot brake style of driving?.... the 2011+ models have a program built-in to prevent power braking amongst other reasons.....
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fakie99....any chance that u do the 1 foot throttle/1foot brake style of driving?.... the 2011+ models have a program built-in to prevent power braking amongst other reasons.....
hmmm...interesting...

i dont drive that way - just normal gas and braking....

what it REALLY feels like is the engine "missing" or stumbling on medium accelrration, then engine power kicks back in and it's back to normal (until it does it again later that day)
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2012 f250 1400 miles.

My truck has done this approximately 6 times. It feels like a miss or buck under very little throttle when the engine is not fully warmed up. Not cold, but not up to operating temperature.
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my 2011 f350 with 1,000 miles hesitates frequently; seems to happen mostly at slow speeds (under 25), and when taking off from a stop
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I've never noticed this...When my tranny was learning my driving style it would shift smoothly from 1-3 and then "wait" for me to give 'er more gas. Pretty normal as I've had previos vehicles do the same thing. If your vehicle is fully warmed up then I'm not sure what is going on unless it's a Turbo issue?

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I've never noticed this...When my tranny was learning my driving style it would shift smoothly from 1-3 and then "wait" for me to give 'er more gas. Pretty normal as I've had previous vehicles do the same thing. If your vehicle is fully warmed up then I'm not sure what is going on unless it's a Turbo issue?

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