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post #1 of 5 Old 08-24-2008, 06:13 PM Thread Starter
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truck running rough and code P1316 Help!!!

Hello Guys, Truck started running rough at startup with low power and miss th engine light came on seconds later the trouble code is P1316 I am a firefighter at work and cant find out the problem does anyone know what this code means? Thanks Jeremy
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if this is a 99-03 model 7.3 , you have a short harness oose under one or both of the vave covers , pull one at a atime of and recnect the short harness under neath there , once off you will be abe to tell its loose , common on a 7.3

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Thanks this pretty easy to do ? 2002 f250 crew cab 7.3
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i dont think its that hard , remove intercooler tube , remove air filter cap and intake hose remove drivers side valve cover , reconnect harness if loose, if not reinstall and move to the other side , acouple of the valve cover bolts can be a litle tight to get to, but like i say , if you have any mechanical experience at all, its not to bad , couple hours max to do both sides even for a novice mechanic

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Thanks man apperciate the help .
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