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Old 09-27-2009, 03:01 AM
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2000 f350 no power

i have a 2000 f350 with an auto when the truck gets to 2000-2500 rpm it quits making power. does anybody know what the problem could be thank you adam
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Sounds like you have a turbo leak in one of your hoses. I would start there and then move to a fuel problem, need a new filter, try a little 2 stroke oil in the fuel and see if your injectors are running ok, about 20 oz for 3/4 tank of fuel. Next you would check the pressure at your rails, pump maybe going out too. Good Luck
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Do you have gauges? What boost are you able to pull? Any check engine lights? Have you scanned for codes? I would check all your intake boots and make sure they aren't split or loose.

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Old 09-29-2009, 11:48 AM
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scanned for codes today and didnt get any, boost is about 17psi no boost leaks anywhere thanks for the help
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Blowing any kind of smoke?
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Old 09-29-2009, 04:07 PM
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no smoke, all stock except gauges k&n filter and 4" mbrp exhaust
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i have a 2000 f350 with an auto when the truck gets to 2000-2500 rpm it quits making power. does anybody know what the problem could be thank you adam
How many miles on the rig? Any chance you are due for a transmission check? Maybe the torque converter is going bad and the loss of power is actually slippage, that is if all the other simple items like fuel pump, fuel filter, etc. check out normal.
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What did you use to scan for codes? The generic readers won't read our trucks because we are not OBDII compliant.

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used a snap-on computer and changed the fuel filter the truck has 165,000 miles
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Weak fuel pump, check the fuel pressure at the bowl.
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