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post #1 of 7 Old 02-06-2006, 05:40 AM Thread Starter
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I Have A Problem With My 2001 Powerstroke. Engine Stall It Happens Mostly @ Idle. There Are No Werd Sounds, The Air Filter Is Clean And I Just Changed My Fuel Filter. Is There Anything Else I Could Possible Look At?
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There are several other posts on the forum addressing this very problem. Have you been able to hook up a code reader?
look for CPS (cam position sensor) codes

Take a look at some of the other discussion in the 99-03 sections.

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cam sensor's the word for odd and random stalls...its not a bad fik, but don't make it if you're not comfortable with your wrench skills....

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make sure to pull the codes first...the most common reason for a stall is the cam sensor, but i have seen techs and customers make the mistake of assuming without making sure and it bites them.....it sucks to spend money and not fix anything....the cam sensor is not the only reason a 7.3 will stall even though by far it is the most common......Marc
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