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Old 07-05-2013, 06:04   #1 (permalink)
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1998 E-350 Club Wagon dies in reverse, etc.

Just recently, my e-350 club wagon, V-10, began dying when I put it into reverse.
After a short highway trip, or just being in town really, it will occasionally die at stop lights. It also dies without fail when I shift into reverse.

No misfires and idles smoothly. I have cleaned the mass airflow sensor and have replaced the fuel filter.

I did let the tank get pretty low on gas and and am not sure if this has anything to do with it or not. But I have since filled with premium gas and treatment. Problem still continues. No codes either.

The reverse issue has me puzzled! Any clues?
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Re: 1998 E-350 Club Wagon dies in reverse, etc.

Are you getting a voltage drop? It's a long run to the back of the van, wondering if chafing is dropping the voltage.
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