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Old 10-18-2006, 07:25   #1 (permalink)
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95 f-150 idle problems

Hey guys, I just finnished a rear main seal and a oil pan, now my truck will start and die unless i give it some gas to keep it running. If I put in gear and back in park it idles with no problum. it's a 95 f-150 5.0 4X4. I raised the idle so it will start but it races up and goes down almost stalls untill i put it in gear. i'm not getting any codes. Any help would be greatly app
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Old 10-18-2006, 14:19   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 95 f-150 idle problems

i'm guessing you had the engine jacked up some to get the pan out, check all vacuum lines and wiring up top especially near the back of the engine.
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Hey thanks for your reply, Yes I did have it jacked. I spent all day with vacuum lines, they seem to be ok.
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We just had an idle problem with our f150. It turned out to be a crack in a hose that was for air. Try checking all connections and maiking sure everything is tight, no leak, and look for damage to any tubes or hoses that might have been bent in an unusual way that might have caused a crack or something.
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