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Old 10-03-2009, 05:50 AM
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help truck wont stay running

so Im deployed right now and the wife has the truck...if shes driving down the road the truck will rev and shut off, upon restart( only after a few minutes ) the truck revs high again and shuts down..it shuts down at every light or every stop sign...it doesnt help if she .I think personally it's the Camshaft Position Sensor, but it was changed in march or april, I cant remember, I know it wasn't that long ago..but she said there are times that she will step on the throttle and the truck will rev and not do anything....than after a restart it will go..my thoughts on that is the Throttle Position Sensor.......upon description would you guys say the same thing?

please help the truck is a 00 f350 with the 7.3l
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Old 10-17-2009, 11:31 AM
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On the 7.3L diesels I've seen a bad or bias icp sensor cause the high revs at stops, since you may not have proper software to monitor the icp pressure I would recommend you unplug the icp with the vehicle off and visually inspect for oil at the connector and or in the sensor if oil is found, I'd recommend you replace this icp sensor.
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