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post #1 of 6 Old 01-27-2014, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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2000 pds no power

2000 7.3 all stock 98k miles (PSD! NOT PDS OOPS). The truck was running great with no issues until this morning. NO POWER and hard shifts. I hit the accerator hard and get very slow response from engine and when the transmission goes to higher gear it shifts hard, if I just lightly press the accelerator it shifts normal. I am getting a flashing OD light too. fuel filter is clean, alternator is giving 14.5, new batteries, all brake lights are good, no cel, no codes from generic code reader, speedo is working perfect, and little funds to go to shop!!!

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I got a 1747 code, anyone have experience with that code???
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My truck exhibited nearly the exact same symptoms one cold morning a while back. No power, running rough, OD light flashing... I finally had to leave it in a church parking lot. I didn't see anything wrong when I pulled my fuel filter either, but it ran fine once the weather warmed up some. Friend of mine had nearly the same problem with his truck...funny thing...just before this, we both bought fuel at the same place and used the same pump. Mine runs fine now. All I did was put some Diesel 911 in the tank and change the filter.

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Thanks for the comment, I have had the same fuel in there for a while. I think mine is related to the 1747 code. I will try a donner PCM and see if that clears up my problem. Any one in Salem Oregon have a pcm to swap and swap back to see if it helps me??
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I think I found it. Tested the power to and comming back pins to PCM and ohms are within spec. So I think it is narrowed down to computer. GOT A PCM for sale anyone??nvk4
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found it, new computer fixed the problem!!
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