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Old 07-06-2012, 02:02 PM
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2000 7.3L kills when I take turns

So here is the thing, I have a 2000 f-350 7.3L. i was having problems with hiccups while driving down the road and the truck killed on me once while I was turning.

I changed out the cps which took care of the hiccups while driving but now if I do not power break while taking a turn the truck will kill and start up just fine.

As of now I have the batteries disconnected to see if that will reset any problems. Any ideas ?
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Old 07-13-2012, 08:09 AM
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i have the same problem on a box van i have. anyone??? im looking into it.

scanner says this.. on mine

icp 1.08V
ICP KPA 4764, ABOUT 800 PSI OR SO, ITS 13,000 KPA AT W.O.T. LIKE 2000 PSI OR SO
IPR 8% IDLE AND 26% W.O.T.
SCES 6.8V AND ITS OPEN
VFDES 23
VPOWER 13.8V
VREF 5V
EPC 8.75 IDLE 10 W.O.T.
FUEL PWS 3.45 IDLE 2.73 W.O.T.

CODES
P0113
P1000
P0603
P1316
P0677

ITS LOOKING LIKE THE UNDER V.C. HARNESSES

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check the flimsy nut on the IPR
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I'd check the UVCH in both those cases.
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Yeah. Sounds like a mechanical connection is loose.
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