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Truck runs rough after 5-10 miles

I have a 96 f250 that I dont use every day. I had a problem where it would start and run fine or 5-10 miles (almost warm) and then stutter like it was starving for fuel. I could keep it running and it would smoothe out and be fine the rest of the day. I replaced the fuel filter and it still did this. This morning it stuttered and died and it will not restart. When I crank it over I can hear a loud ticking noise. Any help would be great.
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sounds like a cps, when you crank it over does the tach move?
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I towed it to my father-in-laws so Im not sure if the tach moves. I will try to check it in the morning.
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Tach does not move. Will have cps tomorrow.
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Tach does not move. Will have cps tomorrow.
$30ish at the stealership. my CPS went out November, 2007.

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Put cps in at lunch today. Still does not start. Tach does not move. Could they possibly given me the wron one? f4tz-12k073-c was the sensor for truck manufactured in 2-96
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have you checked your fuses?? a blown fuse for the computer will give you the same symptoms.

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I have to agree, check all your fuses and relays, replace the relays if in question, there is one relay for your pcm and another for your idm
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Have you changed your crank sensor if not i would its about $25 mine did the same thing an thats what it was its really common for these trucks i always carry one with me cause they go out at the worst time.
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