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Old 01-13-2013, 04:26 AM
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Stall Problem Need Help ASAP

Ok this aint the first thread I've posted about this the last one went way off topic so here it is about 2 months ago the truck started hiccuping so I replaced the cps sensor cured it for about a week so I took my buddys ford dealer scanner to it got nothin started checking everything icp sensor plug was filled with oil so I replaced it well that cured it for about a month now well its back icp sensor has oil in it again so im gunna get another one this time with the pig tail now heres the symptons from when it first happened to now. Originally it would hiccup I would get WTIF light SES light and WTS light when it did this I could let of the gas lights would go away in a couple of seconds and I would keep driving now I just get SES light and WTS light I lose all engine power and it will just crank until I trun the truck off and restart it then it starts fine now this has happend 4 times in the last two days once yesterday 3 times this morning on the 3rd time I got WTIF light. Maybe a bad PCM or IPR oh forgot to add I replaced the fuel filter as well been checkin for water and get nothin but ran some 911 through it just in case. Its a 99 F350 PSD 6speed manual 4x4 Ive got pryo and boost gauges with a 4inch down pipe and exhaust no chip or intake. I really need to get this figured out moving to montana in a short while gunna be doin alot of hauling. SRY for the long thread guys thanks in advance for the help.
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Old 01-13-2013, 07:38 AM
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Heres an update just went out to start the truck cuz my work dont have a place to plug it in and its -6 outside right now truck fired up fine got all normal signs of a cold start well after about 10mins of lettin her warm she sputterd and then died on me at idol no water in fuel light so I fired her back popped the hood and unplugged my icp sensor couldnt really tell a diffrence in idol unplugged or not it has a smooth idol but when I unplug the icp sensor I go from a stall to a hiccup and get the water in fuel light again but the truck dosent stall out just cuts out intermently and the throttle stay responsive. Dose anyone have any ideas?
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