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Old 08-23-2013, 09:43 AM
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00' f350 missing and sputtering

ok so i have 2000 f350 cclb with 193,xxx miles on it.

i have banks big head waste gate, gen 2 whicked wheel, 4" TB exhaust, 6637 DIY air intake system, TS 6 position chip (standard TS tunes), Autometer gauges (trans temp EGT and boost).

so here is the issue, at idle it runs smooth then hops, miss, sputter or skip. what ever you want to call it. not a smooth running idle. also when i accelerate it accelerates good then falls on its face, skips, runs like **** then goes back to normal with in a matter of 10secs. at high RPMs it doesnt do anything that i call here or feel.


in the video it is hard to hear but right when the video starts u can hear it the best. it throws its self off balance. then goes back to running good then does it again ever 10-20 seconds. i rested my hands on truck to show that every time it does this, it shakes truck. idk what the problem could be. maybe injectors, IPR or what have you.

what ive done so far,
took chip out, didnt help nothing so i put it back in
replaced CPS, no luck
cleaned EBPS and tube, no luck

i will be checking the fuel filter today.
anything else i should check?

i do not have a scan tool to pull codes so whats my best bet?
and i called dealership about doing a buzz test and they want $100. not the biggest fan of stealerships.


i will try to take a video of it accelerating to show the issue there
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Anyone out there???

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Does it have an electric fuel pump or mechanical one? And is it possible you have water or a contaminant in the fuel or tank? Sounds kind of like a problem I had with a '96 with a bad lift pump, and sounds kind of like a fuel injected vehicle with an in-tank pump that has a stopped-up strainer that shakes loose the obstruction when it goes to running rough.
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Does it have an electric fuel pump or mechanical one? And is it possible you have water or a contaminant in the fuel or tank? Sounds kind of like a problem I had with a '96 with a bad lift pump, and sounds kind of like a fuel injected vehicle with an in-tank pump that has a stopped-up strainer that shakes loose the obstruction when it goes to running rough.
it should be electric......
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here is a video of what it sounds like on exhaust side.



some one please start telling me something....
i am at whits end and about to take to a shop and just say here fix it......
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Hmm. Sounds like a diesel does for a moment when you turn off the ignition. Make sure battery cables and all electrical connections, including at switch and on fuel pump (under driver side frame rail) are tight, then look into FICM under hood. Let us know what you find out so if it happens to one of ours, we can go in the right direction. Much luck and success.
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*IDM on these trucks, not FICM. Lol all good tho

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Haha it all runs together after a while!!! I guess you're lucky you got that out of me because I work all night long and have been up most of the day... Looks like no one else is even going to respond
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Haha it all runs together after a while!!! I guess you're lucky you got that out of me because I work all night long and have been up most of the day... Looks like no one else is even going to respond
Yea I don't know why there are no responces, but thank u

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Have you at least had it scanned for codes? Autozone can at least do that for free. Your miss is probably throughout all rpm ranges but its appears to be only 1 cylinder so it won't be noticeable at higher rpm's, especially when its intermittent. Buzz test may/may not prove anything in this case.

Does the miss seem in rhythm or is it an intermittent miss. For example, is it exactly every 5 seconds or all over the place.

ID start by checking your uvch for a loose plug before it goes into the valve cover and inside on each injector.

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