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Old 01-03-2009, 06:23 PM
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the past couple of days i have been having some problems with my 03' 7.3L...I unplug it, start 'er up let 'er sit for 15 minutes then head out. While i'm driving it will miss, and jump like a buckin' bronco and i can feel it in the pedal even. It will like spit and then a white puff of smoke will come out of the exhaust. I put my diagnostic on it but it reads that nothing is wrong even though the engine light is on. It is like it isn't getting fuel. My guess is an injector but i'm not an expert. Any Ideas? Thanks in advance
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