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Old 02-14-2013, 02:04 PM
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PLEASE HELP!! E99 runs really rough!!

Hi guys! I have an e99 7.3 and after 25hrs of plowing she sputtered and stalled. I checked everything. Oil level is great. I replaced the outside plug of the UVC harness cuz when I played with it she died. Changed the fuel filter. Full tank of fuel. Checked the FPR. I am in the middle of pulling my sending unit from truck now. She starts up fine and idles great. As soon as you give her any pedal she pops and farts and don't have any power. Please guys I have to fulfill a plow contract with my town and its supposed to snow Saturday night. All help is greatly appreciated. Call my cell as I'm trying to troubleshoot the truck. 1-508-326-4009


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fuel pressure? if you don't have a gauge i'd hook one up and check out what your fuel pressure is at idle and see if you can catch what it is when you give it some gas before it stalls.
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PLEASE HELP!! E99 runs really rough!!

Pulled the sending unit and found the two screens inside that mixer all plugged up. I am going to do the hutch mod soon. Not enough time today. Put everything back together and test drove. Truck seemed to still have the problem at acceleration just not nearly as bad. While truck was at idle I pulled the plug from the IPC sensor and then drove around some more. It seemed to go away after that what you guys think??


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PLEASE HELP!! E99 runs really rough!!

Passenger side UVCH was the problem! Luckily I had a brand new set and replaced it in under 2hrs!!


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