ENGINE STALLS WHEN TAKING OFF/CUTS OUT AT HIGHER SPEED
I have just recently purchased a 1995 Ford F-150 4x4 with an inline 6, with 198,000 miles. I have replaced plugs, wires, distributor cap, rotor, IAC valve, a few vacuum lines, stator(pick-up coil), ignition control module, fuel filter. It has a 5-speed manual transmission, when you start to take off, some times it will want to stall, if you push the clutch in and give gas quickly, it will recover, and be fine, if not it will die. It sometimes stalls while sitting at a stop light. And then, when you get on the highway around 65 or so, if you try to accelerate, it will cut out for a second like it is out of fuel. If you let off of the gas and coast around 60 - 65 it is fine. It does it with both tanks, on both problems. You can go from 0-60 as fast as you want with no problems. I am running out of ideas and money!
May 7, 2006.
May 7, 2006.
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