Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Angola, IN
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For the past several months I've been experiencing an intermittent engine stall problem with my '02 F350. At idle the engine will stall completely requiring a re-start... on the highway the engine stalls for a split second and continues running, which shocks the driveline and causes the truck to 'buck'.
The problem seems to be moisture related as it usually happens on rainy days. I've sprayed all the sonnectors with WD-40 and applied dielectric grease to the ECM conector, but the problem is still there.
Has anyone else experience this kind of issue, or have an idea of which connectors might be most sensitive to moisture intrusion?
Thanks fo rthe help... the stalling is really annoying, and my GM loyal friends love to poke fun if they're in the truck when it happens.