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Old 01-05-2008, 08:15 AM
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dies after hard acceleration

Ok what could cause my 97 f 350 7.3 psd to die after hard acceleration? It fires right back up no problem. Cps? fuel filter? oil pressure? Give me some Ideas. Thanks John
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Old 01-05-2008, 08:41 AM
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run a fuel pressure test under load , check codes , oil pressure can also cause that , rule out fuel pressure first, should read 45-50 at idle and will climb under load to 100 or so
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All of the above! lol. So does it die while you are still into the throttle or after you have let off? Any codes?
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no codes and it dies after letting of the throttle after hard acceleration

I just had it and had the oil changed and a fuel filter put in. and they said the fuel filter was rusted on or in ? so maybe that was the prob (an old fuel filter)

I do have a bad oil leak too It is going in friday to have a new Cps put in (under the recall) and have the injectors cleaned, and have a dye put in the oil so they can track the oil leak. Keep your finger crossed for me that it is a main leak and not a oil pan. lol

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