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post #1 of 4 Old 10-31-2007, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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losing power while on the highway

My ford 1992 f250 strarted fine this morning, but while on the highway (going about 70mph) it started to jump a little and felt like it was losing power. I noticed a little bit of smoke blowing out of the tailpipe. It continued to get worse and worse and I thought it was going to stall but I made it to school.
I am really hoping someone can help.
I was wondering if it could be a clugged fliter of leak and praying it is not an injection pump problem or even worse internal engine problem.
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I forgot to add, that when stopped and in park it seems to running fine and I can rev it up and it acts normal it is only when going fast like 40 or higher and it really runs ruff when I am slowing down from high speeds.
PLEASE HELP.
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fixed it

Just needed to replace the primary inline filter
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So you just changed the fuel filters and that fixed the problem? how many filters did you replace?
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