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Sounds like a fuel issue. Try to find someone in the area that has an AE scanner so you can look at all the numbers. Might very well be a clogged up screen from the time you ran it out of fuel. The odd timing of the issue certain points to crud in the pickup. Have you changed fuel filters lately?
First, change the fuel filter if you haven't done so recently. If that doesn't fix it, remove the chip. Not just a stock setting, but remove it completely. If it is something screwy with the chip, it *could* still be causing issues in the stock setting. About the time you get done doing those, the gauge should have arrived so you can fiddle with that and see if it is a fuel supply problem.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
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