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NEED HELP ASAP!!!!!!!!!!

So I have a 2002 F250. I was getting an early headstart for an upcoming trip with the camp trailer. Started truck fine. Started to drive off, and it had no power. Just sputters. Got around the block and had to turn right back around and go home. Truck starts fine and seems to idle okay, but as soon as I give it a little gas it just sputters, and it looks like spits out some white smoke. Last time I drove it was Friday which it drove fine. I was thinking of the things I've done in the last few days just to get it ready for the trip. Pulled out the air filter just to lightly blow off any dust. Checked it again tonight, and it looked fine. Can't see that being the issue. Made sure clamps on turbo boots were snug which they were. Clamp really didn't budge at all. Took a mirror and looked around the boots and didn't see any tears. Other than checking that all fluids were good I just plugged in the block heater since my truck can be hard to start in cold weather sometimes.

Truck is showing no codes according to my OBDII reader.* Any ideas on what to check? This is really setting me back on my trip, and would hate to miss it since I have friends relying on me to be there. Trying to do whatever I can here in the dark to get it figured out. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I used Torque Pro to read what my ICP sensor was reading (says HPOP on the display).* If this one is correct, it was reading around 500 at idle, and barely giving it any gass I saw it go up to 750.* I really didn't try to go any higher since it was really sputtering and I didn't want to risk any damage until understanding this issue....
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- Moto Metal 970 18x10's w/ -24 offset
- Cooper Discoverer S/T Maxx 295/70-18's (34's)
- AirLift rear Air Bags
- Riffraff Diesel FRx and HPx

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I drained the fuel bowl and then turned the key on (not to start) and fuel comes rushing out of the fuel bowl drain.* So it appears to be getting fuel.* I haven't checked the fuel filter yet, but I know it isn't that old.

Update: I pulled the fuel filter out and it looked okay.* Not all black.* Looks pretty clean.



Truck starts up fine, idles fine, no real smoke at idle but as soon as I rev hard on it it sputters like crazy (no power) and puffs a lot of white smoke. Truck ran fine a few days ago (last time it was driven)

2002 F250 XLT CC 4x4
- PHP Hydra Chip
- Isspro EV gauges (Pyro, Trans temp, Boost)
- 4" Full Diamond Eye Exhaust
- 6.0 Liter Mishimoto Transmission Cooler
- Rebuilt Transmission w/ tripple disc billet converter, AFE deep pan, and Transgo shift kit
- Woodnthings Transmission filter
- Woodnthings Oil bypass filter
- '08 Kool-Vue tow mirrors
- Tuff Country 2.5" leveling kit 22962KN
- Factory F350 blocks in the rear
- Readylift 67-2094UB u-bolt kit for the rear
- Moto Metal 970 18x10's w/ -24 offset
- Cooper Discoverer S/T Maxx 295/70-18's (34's)
- AirLift rear Air Bags
- Riffraff Diesel FRx and HPx

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And No SES light on at any time it's been doing this?

You didn't just take your TorqueApp and use it as it came, you configured it for our trucks? (to recognize all the PIDs it needs to be properly configured) ->
https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/99-...sis-cheap.html

Your ICP doesn't seem an issue, if it were there would be codes. UVCH sounds like it could need checking (make sure those plugs are tight) but it too would have the light come on.

In fact, the only thing that would cause such severe running issues without setting the SES light is Fuel Delivery or maybe Bad Fuel (did you just fill up for the trip? No chance it got topped-off with gasoline?)

Oil's good?
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Drain some fuel into a Styrofoam coffee cup -- pure diesel will not harm the cup, gasoline will pit the insides or dissolve the cup

Nothing is easy, but a clear hose on the fuel pump inlet and your spare fuel can would substitute as a clean fuel source
purge out the fuel filter -- no need to waste a tank of fuel unless necessary

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