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post #1 of 29 Old 10-11-2011, 04:12 AM Thread Starter
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f350 just died help

Everything appeared to be working fine up until I was in a parking spot idling when it just died on me and the check gauges light came on along with the battery light I started it back up and out idled fine for a minute or so and the same thing happened so I started it again and reved it up a little and as soon as I let of the gas it died again and since then won't start I'm sitting at right around 12 volts and it cranks fine but won't fire up any help would be awesome as i have no clue
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Probably not unless I get out towed to a dealership
But after leaving it sit for like twenty mins it started I made it a little ways before it died again, according to my radar detector it was at 13.7 volts then died and dropped to 12's again
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See if you can borrow a code reader at least. volts really doesn't have anything to do with it unless they are low. Have you had the cam sensor changed

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would be a negative on the cam sensor is their a way that i can trouble shoot that?
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They're under 25 from ford I would just get one and try it

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the cam sensor is $17.00 buck from ford and it take a 10mm socket. its no problem to change it out


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well threw a new cmp sensor in cost me 24 dollars after tax, but the truck is still dieing on me. Ive noticed its mostly doing it when it gets up to halfway on the factory temp gauge i dont know if there is a temp sensor that would tell the engine to turn off for saftey or anything or why its still doing it, I did try hooking it up to an advance auto style handheld scanner but it didnt show any codes on that.
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yea the scanners at the parts stores want check anything . have you tried making sure the plugs on top of your value covers are plugged in good or see is there is oil in the icp sensor it may need to be replaced or the icp wiring may be bad


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ill check to make sure there is no oil in the icp sensor but its less than a month old so i dont think its that and ill also make sure everything is plugged in good when i get a chance
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