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Old 09-05-2009, 04:34 PM
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2002 7.3L Dies after warming up.

Symptoms:

Driving along at full temp (never dies when cold) and it starts with a mild loss of power. Then within a mile it's missing horribly and rolls to a stop dead and won't even idle.

Very intermitent sometimes I can drvie for 20 minutes to 30 minutes on the freeway before it happens.

Let it sit for maybe 5 minutes fire it up and off I go.

It sets a P1211 code, Which I normally don't see. I'm running a Hypertech II program set to stage 3.

So far I've done the following:

1) New air fliter
2) New fuel filter - no screen in tank, custom mode ;-)
3) New ICP and connector installed ( Mine was leaking Oil )
4) Had that cam sensor swaped on recall. ( Can't tell what color it is? it was done at the dealer )
5) Replaced O rings in IPR ( Got the kit from the dealer )
6) Installed a kit to keep the plugs from coming undone from inside the valve covers

What next???
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Old 09-05-2009, 04:39 PM
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Symptoms:

Driving along at full temp (never dies when cold) and it starts with a mild loss of power. Then within a mile it's missing horribly and rolls to a stop dead and won't even idle.

Very intermitent sometimes I can drvie for 20 minutes to 30 minutes on the freeway before it happens.

Let it sit for maybe 5 minutes fire it up and off I go.

It sets a P1211 code, Which I normally don't see.
What next???
DTC P1211: Intermittent high pressure oil leakage
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Old 09-05-2009, 04:40 PM
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i have had a similar problem in the past

try unplugging your exhaust back pressure sensor which is on the front of the engine kind of in the middle you will see a metal tube running back to your exhaust

i unplugged mine and it quit having this issue i replaced the sensor itself and still had the issue

i believe that metal tube gets clogged with carbon and throws the sensor out of wack but if its unplugged it drives fine
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Old 09-05-2009, 04:49 PM
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Where is that sensor?

Looking around for it, not seeing it?

What's it next to, need a landmark.



Thanks

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