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Old 03-22-2012, 10:50 AM
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REVERSE ENGINE DIES

1995 F350 SRW when I put her in reverse and hit the fuel pedal she'll want to die sometimes. I have to really baby it when in reverse or the motor will shut down. What gives?
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Old 03-30-2012, 11:01 AM
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mine does the same damn thing....if I really give her gas it will stall. I was backing a 26ft trailer the other day and it stalled giving it to much gas.

Any input would be great!
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Old 04-10-2012, 07:02 PM
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I just did this and it seemed to fix the reverse issue. I will post if there is a change.

Fuel Pressure Regulator (FPR) Screen Writeup
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I have a 01 F250 Diesel. It would bogg down upon starting when put in reverse, especially if I backed up a hill. It would run fine in drive & after you ran it a little while it would also run OK in reverse. After 14,000 miles & 3 diesel mechanics, dieselmann, Charles Ledger, solved the problem. I had a loose transmission filter that was sucking air & causing the torque converter clutch to lock up. I had a Ford mechanic change the transmission fluid & filter to update the maintenance when I first purchased the truck . He obviously didn't get it put back together properly. When they dropped the pan on transmission, fluid came out so my mechanic knew that had to be the problem. I've got more power & fuel economy is better & it hasn't acted up in reverse since then. Hope this helps you.
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