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Old 02-04-2007, 09:50 AM
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Angry Looking For Help Check Engine Then No Power

I Have A 1995 Powerstroke 90k 5 Speed It Runs Great Till It Gets Warm, Then The Check Engine Light Comes On. It Then Looses Some Power. The Light Will Go Off If You Turn It Off Then Back On, But It Still Does Not Have The Same Power It Had. Till You Let It Cool Down Completely And It Will Run Great Again Until Warms Up Then The Same. I Replaced The Cps Sensor Changed The Oil . Please Help Thanks In Advance.
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Old 02-04-2007, 10:01 AM
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Re: Check Engine light

You need to see what codes are being set. I think some of the parts houses will read the codes for you if you don't have a code reader.

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Old 02-04-2007, 10:05 AM
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I Have A Code Reader No Codes Are Coming Up
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RE: a few questions

Does your truck have any mods or is it stock?
Does the engine sound change with the loss of power (other than normal)?
How significant is the loss of power? (falling on it's face weak or other)
I don't have any of my service manuals with me today but I look later and see what I can find out. Hopefully some of the other guys may have some Ideas about it.

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Old 02-04-2007, 10:41 AM
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try a different scanner , some scanners wont pull codes on powerstroke , if check engine light is coming on ,there will be a code in there
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Old 02-04-2007, 12:30 PM
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Truck Is Stock No Mods. I Would Say 50% Power Less Any Suggestions? Thanks For Help H.p.oil Pump? Fuel Pump?
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Have you checked the fuel filter for restriction? Has it been run real low on fuel recently, are there any noticable fuel leaks? Just a few thoughts.

Gord.
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just changed filter last week there is @15 drops every night on the ground every night. never lower than 1/4 tank before fill. thanks
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Like Scott said, there should be a code(s) stored if the ses light was on. Need to see what those are for a starting point. The fuel leaking on the ground is most likley the drain valve leaking. Make sure you got the lever on the valve closed all the way. Could be anything related to the fuel system for that matter: fuel lines, filter gasket and/or o-rings. Drain valve just started leaking on mine today
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Old 02-06-2007, 03:32 PM
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thanks for help i will check the codes at ford
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