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post #1 of 5 Old 12-19-2009, 09:24 AM Thread Starter
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Okay, so when i first start my truck and untill it gets up to temp it will studder a little bit, and when i accelerate lightly it does it. it seems like it is going to die but doesnt. it just chugs until it is up to temp then it seems to stop, if i let it sit for an hour it will start doing it again until it is running at normal temp. any ideas? oh and no CEL, and its an 2002 F350.

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post #2 of 5 Old 12-19-2009, 10:11 AM
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Sounds like the ebpv is sticking on you.

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+1 for the ebpv.... unplug it at the turbo, see if it does it

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Ill unplug it and see but i really dont think that is it. it seems more like the ICP sensor to me but not sure if that would do this. oh and i have a dp-tuner, with it on the 140 setting it seems to have alot of power, but when i put it back to stock it has NO power, way less power then stock should have. i dont know if what ever is wrong has to do with this or not or if i have 2 problems.

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If not the ebpv, could be the ipr valve. IIRC, mine done pretty much the same thing. I had to put the 6 pos chip over to extreme setting to get my truck to move. mmmm

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