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No Power, Shakes

Today, coming home from 200 mile trip, I noticed a vibration that I initially thought was the road. Within a few minutes, the condition worsen to the engine had no power, shaked badly and eventually stalled. I was able to get it off of the road. Road side inspection, everything looked ok. Oil level good; oil looked & smelled ok; fuel filter looked ok. I was able to get the engine restarted but still no power and shaked. No check engine light. Fuel was at 1/4 tank. Truck has 103K, has been well maintained. Fuel filter 12k, oil 3k, etc

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Same problem with my 99 f350. it will crank and run fine. after about 5 miles it will start skipping and missing and eventually stall out with no power. after a few hours i can crank it back up and will run fine for a while. i changed the fuel pump and filter still no luck

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Sounds like a UVCH plug is loose

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ive thought of changing those on mine but leaning more towards an icp becuse its throwing a code for one

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Just unplug it and start it up. It will throw it into limp mode. Also look for any oil inside the plug. Don't just throw parts at it.

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I unplugged it and it seemed to run worse so I'm guessing that icp sensor is not my problem?

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Unplug one of the injector harnesses. Then the other. Then start it.

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One other thing. Since you said you were at 1/4 tank of fuel. Your pickup tube in the fuel tank may be broke off at the bottom. Look up hutch and harpoon mod.

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I have the truck at a shop I trust. They hooked her up to the computer. No codes can by found. Injector test passes. Fuel pressure is good. Everything I read points to the UCVH less the tests they have ran. Gonna cost me ~$200 for the shop to open and inspect both valve covers. I think I read at some point, Ford designed the UVCH so it stays clamped together better. Being a 2002, which is towards the end of production for the 7.3, I was thinking my truck might have the redesigned UCVH.
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