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Stalls when driving down the street

ok this has been happening to me way to much latley. i start the truck cold and let it run for a little bit or just go and it loses all power and stalls. today on my way home for lunch it stalled on me and i had to keep it at a high idle to get it to stay running. Radar Rider checked my injectors and they buzz out great and i changed the fuel filter and today it seem like it had a little miss to it. im set to stock for the time being

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stating the obvious.... CPS?
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Had those same issues, was my lift pump going out. It developed a small fuel leak out of the weep hole.
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it has the recall cps in it and i scanned it and it had no codes. where is the lift pump. and it only does this when its cold.

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The lift pump is on the frame rail under your seat. Check your fuel pressure under load if you can.

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I had the cps replaced from ford with the recall. I had stalling issues and a real bad intermintent miss too. A week after they repalced the cps I had the same issues again I called the Stealership and told them I had problems and they told me that it was because I was running a performance chip. I replaced the cps with a napa brand part and haven't had any issues since. Good luck.
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