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Old 12-10-2010, 07:22 PM
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cold weather problem

the other night it got down to about 28 degrees overnight. i started my truck, a 96 f250 auto, without issue and not plugged in and when i gave it a little throttle to hold at 1500 rpms after about a second or two there is a load on the motor and it drops about 500 rpm. i can give it more throttle and it goes up just fine but when it steadies out at any rpm for more than a second the load comes back and drops the rpms. it even did this while driving down the road, any time i was at a steady rpm the load came back and i would slow down a little and would go away with a little bit a throttle until it steadied out again. it did it a second time a few days later and it had been plugged in that evening. sorry about the long post and thanks in advance for all the help!
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Old 12-11-2010, 09:02 AM
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There is a "sticky" about this on the top of this section.
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Old 12-11-2010, 09:09 AM
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Sounds like ur EBPV is doin its annoying job
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Sounds like ur EBPV is doin its annoying job
Definitely worth looking into.
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thanks i'll check that out
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