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Old 02-06-2011, 04:15 PM
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Rough Idle and shut off!!!

I have a 2001 f 250 with 181,000k. about 10 months ago the icp went out and i was out of town and had to take it to ford and they replaced the icp and wiring harness. well not to long after that i noticed some jumping in the rpms. about a week ago i was warming up my truck in the drive way and when i walked outside to leave the truck had shut off on me. a few days later i was cranking up to leave and it idled very hard and i pushed the accellerator and it smoothed out. It has some that twice in the pas two weeks. I have never relpaced the cps. Maybe the icp is going bad. No check engine light. Any Help?????
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Old 02-07-2011, 09:08 AM
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First step, get a new CPS. Keep the old one as well (Until its proven to be bad.)
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Should I get it directly from ford?
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Some say the CPS from Ford is poor, but better than from parts stores. If you have not had the recall done, it's free and can't beat that. Here's a link to check for recalls.

Recall Information - Ford
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Old 02-08-2011, 08:43 AM
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I have all 3 different types of CPS (that I am aware of) I keep the 2 spares in the glovebox with a 10mm (6pt) socket, 1/4drive ratchet and a 2" extension.

Light Grey - Ford Recall part - I didnt like they way the truck ran with this one.

Dark Grey - International part - Ran ok, little rough but strong sounding, never had a chance to really push it on this CPS.

Black - black from dieselorings.com - Just installed yesterday, havent ran it yet.
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Old 02-09-2011, 06:49 PM
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Yeah it has had the recall done along time ago, but from what ive been told they can still go bad again. Effreems-let me know how the new cps runs?
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