This work was all done within the past couple weeks with small improvement from the fuel filter/line and a large improvement with the MAF replaced. At first I was stalling at red lights and when braking the RPMS would dip down, 70% of the time resulting in a stall - when coming to a stop. Replacing the MAF has helped remedy this issue, as now the truck idles at 500 RPM's when coming to a stop (is this a low idle in this truck? Do I need to have it raised?)
Now, the truck will stall with the wheel turned all the way to the right/left when not giving it gas. In park, the rpm's stagger, they drop around 50 and go back up to normal, constantly doing this. Especially after driving for example - an hour on the interstate.
On the interstate or going above 60+ mph, the steering wheel shakes a pretty good amount, and will return to normal in some moments. When taking off from a stop and giving the truck a good amount of gas, the truck will shake, almost sounding like the wheels are spinning. If I ease onto the gas pedal, its unnoticeable. Not really practical in all real world situations though.
Any advise will be taken into consideration, as I have just picked this truck up within the last month and need to get it on the road and 99% reliable! Thank you.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, May 13th, 2014 AT 6:03 AM