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Old 09-03-2007, 08:57 AM
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Question 99 f250 7.3l psd running rough and dies

99 f250 7.3l powerstroke 4x4,will run,(most times)but like its running out of fuel or something and then sometimes will lose power and die,its always got plenty of fuel.have replaced frame mount fuel pump,fuel filter,and have even removed the fuel tank,cleaned that out and the two screens inside of it etc etc.each one of these things were done on seperate occasions and each one did help,but only for a short time,and not 100%.my boyfriend said it sounds and runs like a champ,but i could hear a very slight miss in the engine which would get worse and evetually lead back to it dying on me again.sometimes if i drop it down out of overdrive and accelerate like i'm at daytona then back into overdrive just before it redlines it seems to get me that extra mile,then again sometimes i have to drop it into nuetral and pull over,try to get a steadt idle and then hopefully onwards i go.run the superchips max micro tuner and it threw these codes at me,p0232,p0500,p0720,p0722,p0732,p1211,p1247,p1670 .i got the explanation for them but it seems like there is so many of them,so i'm wondering which one would be the main one to worry about,i'm sure if i got the right one fixed it would possibly clear the other codes and fix er up,(i'm hoping)just do'nt know which one,at a stab in the dark i'd go for the 1211(ICP)what do ya think?thanks in advance for any help.
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Old 09-20-2007, 12:30 AM
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I woulnt bother with the ICP code
ck the transmission fluid first ( low fluid will cause it to stall at idle)
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Old 09-20-2007, 02:18 AM
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Sounds like maybe the Cam Position Sensor.
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Old 09-20-2007, 06:48 PM
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tranny fluid is good so is the oil level,thanks anyway,and i recently replaced the CPS,and so far so good but it still sounds rough and judging from past experience i think it's only a matter of time b4 it dies on me again,but i'm sure it won't do that until i'm in the middle of nowhere and the middle of the night,lol,and on a road thats hardly ever used too no dought,lol.i'll keep y'all posted if it does die again,thanks 4 all your thoughts,Raquel.

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Old 09-24-2007, 05:44 AM
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1670 Is the concern,, wiring between the IDM & the PCM is what that is ....have you done the wiggle test ?....
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Sound like my problems......

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tranny fluid is good so is the oil level,thanks anyway,and i recently replaced the CPS,and so far so good but it still sounds rough and judging from past experience i think it's only a matter of time b4 it dies on me again,but i'm sure it won't do that until i'm in the middle of nowhere and the middle of the night,lol,and on a road thats hardly ever used too no dought,lol.i'll keep y'all posted if it does die again,thanks 4 all your thoughts,Raquel.
Did you determine cause problem....you first post sounds like my issues! I've also done everthing you have.....but will only start if plugged in to 110Volts, regardless of temp.....& not enough power to pull itself.
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