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Old 08-11-2010, 06:31 PM
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Exclamation Truck almost dies at idle

ok the truck is a 2000 7.3, runs great until I let off the accelerator at a stop sign or redlight then when its at idle it chugs a little and tries to die.. always picks back up when I give it some gas? startin to get annoying.. any suggestions?
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My 2001 had the same symptoms. I replaced the ICP Sensor and the truck would not die but it would still idle rough at times. I then noticed a loose connection on the ICP while the truck was idling. I replaced the three pin connector and truck runs like NEW.

Try doing the following to narrow the problem. Disconnect the ICP located on the driver side Cylinder head far foward behind fuel filter canister. Dry the truck for about 1 week to learn if the problem is still persistant. This will trigger the check engine light so dont get scared.
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