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My 06 F250 has been doing for most part same thing. It stalls at stop light or even making a slow turn like key was just switched off put in neutral and fires right up. If I rev it up and throw it D right away it won't stall. Even stalls parked as soon as I put in D it stalls unless I rev up rpms first. I have noticed a surge at normal driving speed like as if there was an air bubble but only for a second. Could that fuse panel cause the same thing? Or do I have other issues?
 

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The OP posted a code that allowed several of us pinpoint the issue. You need to get a quality code reader and scan for codes.

That said, dying when turning is very often times a wire chafing issue. The FICM harness and the IPR harness are two common places:

Check the upper left (drivers side) valve cover or valve cover stud near the FICM or the intake manifold bolts where the harness routes under the air intake hose.

Check the harness to the IPR valve.

Check the engine harness that goes across the back of the engine compartment over the turbo ( it runs in the plastic harness tray). Check this harness by the firewall on the drivers side.

Check the wiring from the Battery Junction Box left (drivers side) rear corner of engine compartment.

You can start the troubleshooting by doing the "wiggle" test on these harnesses when the engine is running.
Thanks for your input Bismic. I will check this weekend.
 
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