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Old 09-01-2012, 08:33 AM
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Alright guys every now and then my truck idles a little rough in the mornings but by the time i get out of work the truck is fine it also only does this a couple times a week and also when my truck is warm it seems as if it takes a little longer to crank like 20-30 seconds any thoughts? bad cps?
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Old 09-01-2012, 11:37 AM
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I had pretty much the same symptoms and a ipr valve or sensor (whatever its called) fixed mine. Its a pretty expensive little part, almost $200 if I remember right.
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Old 09-01-2012, 11:41 AM
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ok call me dumb but how do i start a new thread becus im needing some help on my 7.3
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Old 09-01-2012, 02:34 PM
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ok call me dumb but how do i start a new thread becus im needing some help on my 7.3
and go to the topic you want to go under and at the top there will be a new topic tab
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It is doing the samething it always does this randomly driving down the road and it was jerking and shaking the whole truck then if I punched it it would clear up a little bit

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Look at the icp sensor if this is the 99 were talking about. It is on the left head just below the valve cover towards the front. unplug and see if there is oil in it, if there is you will need to replace it. cost is closer to $300 now. If it is dry then it should be ok, You can try a product called "Hotshot secret" it is designed to remove the buildup of oil residue in the injectors and they back the product, goes in your oil. Also if you are over 200k on stock injectors you will most likely need to look at replacing those. I had 250k on mine when I replaced them and several had broken internal parts.
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