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Old 04-05-2007, 02:56 AM
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2000 Excursion PSD....Ok here's the deal. My truck has lost power a couple times while driving. The truck was chuggin along and it felt like I had taken my foot off the gas. I looked down and saw the warning lights flash and the gauges jump. Then it was back to normal with everything. Then today I got in my truck to start it. The gauges jumped and then no power to anything. The theft light was flashing but that was it. Would not turn over or power any accesories. After awhile it was back to normal. I have replaced the CPS about 30xxx miles ago. I did not think that this problem was the CPS due to the truck losing power to everything. The truck does not turnover at all like it would when the CPS went out. Any thoughts?

Last edited by Ashby; 04-05-2007 at 03:24 AM.
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