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Old 07-07-2012, 06:44 PM
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Spitting/sputtering under load!!!!!

Truck was running great with looney wild.. Then I noticed a decrease in power.. And when I floored it..it sputters and sounds like its missing..there is a noticeable different tone/ miss thru exhaust..fuel mileage sucks again..I have changed 3 injectors last year.. Rev x cleared up 2 others a few months after that..i am leaning towards an injector issue..any other thoughts??
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Do you have a monitor?

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Old 07-07-2012, 07:28 PM
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Yes..edge cs...
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Any codes? Ficm voltage, battery voltage?

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ETHER injector issue,ficm, stuck turbo vanes...
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No codes...ficm and battery voltages are good..
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Do you have the blue spring update? Ford filters? You need to check your feel pressure too. Just showing 48v on the ficm does not mean it is good.

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No blue spring update yet. Have stuff to hook up to monitor fuel pressure. Been sitting on table for a month. Too busy at work and home projects to install..have ford filters..
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No blue spring update yet. Have stuff to hook up to monitor fuel pressure. Been sitting on table for a month. Too busy at work and home projects to install..have ford filters..
Yea, considering you have had injector problems before, better get that checked soon.

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Fuel filters?
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