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Old 06-02-2012, 09:34 PM
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sputters between 2100-2300 rpm

Ok guys, been searching for a while and no luck so don't give me that "use the search feature" please, my truck starts a little slow when cold but runs ok and idles fine, in the last month I've fixed a fuel leak at the filter sensor, that made it idle a little better, put in a new icp sensor, again helped the idle, before it would run like hell until it warmed up, and now I've unhooked my ebpv due to it sputtering at about 2100-2300 but then it will clear up and go on, it was getting so bad it wouldn't hardly pull itself up a hill, this is my first powerstroke so I need y'alls help please, I've had 5 cummins and I'm starting to regret switching to the darkside,lol. Any imput will be welcomed, I also unplugged my map sensor and it sputtered worse and started to sputter at a lower rpm. So Its plugged back in. Help me out guys, all 5 of my dodges didn't have as many sensors put together as this one truck does.
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Old 06-02-2012, 09:37 PM
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also, the turbo is new, I can hear it start to whistle when it starts to sputter and then spools on up once the sputter clears. Help me pleas!!!!!
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Oh and new glow plugs, injectors buzzed, all good. any ideas?
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CPs? Hpop? Whats your fuel pressure?


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Old 06-03-2012, 05:24 AM
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I don't know don't have a gauge, how and where would I check it? is it on the fuel bowl?
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Would the cps do that to it?
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Ok, quick update, on my drivers side uvch harness, the outter plug doesnt have the clip on it anymore that holds it tight, could this be an issue, it doesnt come off but I've had similar experience on a camaro with a plug going to the coil not coming all the way off but losing connection.
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Pulled all the clips on the injector harness, they all have oil in them and the drivers side front connecter front pin is burned/melted. Hopefully this is where my issue is. Where do y'all suggest buying these from?
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Gotta get oem from ford or some place online like tousley. CPs could cause a stutter but if you have melted pins id start there


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I like the factory stuff from Ford or Interbational (cheaper). The Dorman stuff from the auto parts places can be used too, but there have been a few reported issues with them (I used them on my 94 before I sold it with no issues). Cheers!
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