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problems arise once again

I have been having issues with my late model 04 f250 for about 5 months now. it all started with a faulty ficm truck wouldnt start. replaced that then the turbo when out been replaced by a new one that was faulty and replaced with one that was not. replaced intercooler. have egr delete kit on the way.

the issue i am having now is that it starts fine cold or hot but won't go anywhere from the light and at 1400-1600 rpms it misses and shakes like a sob

dont have diagnostic tool and ford wants 225 to run it
unplugged icp still had same issues

any help or input would be awesome
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no engine lights or anything else?

currently driving a 335i bmw, no more powerstoke

Previous powerstrokes-
2002- F250 XL 7.3 auto, 4x4
2001- F250 Lariat 7.3 auto, 4x4
2002- F350 Lariat 7.3 Dually, auto, 4x4. 141k miles
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I'd start by checking fuel pressure

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no engine lights

is theree anyway to check fuel pressure w/o scan tool
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Just gotta have a gauge with an adapter that will thread into the port on the front of the filter housing on the engine.

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what is the fuel pressure supposed to be
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Minimum of 48 psi

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just so i know this is the side with one line coming out and not three right


can i get this gauge at local auto parts store
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just so i know this is the side with one line coming out and not three right


can i get this gauge at local auto parts store
You can get a gauge but the fitting might be trickier. There is a plug on the front of the housing authority under where your intercooler tube connects to the intake elbow. It is a 6mm allen plug.

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Here's the adapter you need. I ordered one and got it in 2 days.
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