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Old 07-06-2005, 13:22   #1 (permalink)
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F350 Stalls when put into gear

I have a 1988 Ford F350 that stalls when I go into Gear. It is an automatic and a gas engine. My uneducated guess is a vacuum leak. Can anyone help
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Re: F350 Stalls when put into gear

could be vacume but doese it run shitty when idle. if so vac maybe also i have seen the idle speed to low in a car when it goes into gear it drops the idle speed to low and chokes motor to stall. these are just ideas see what happens is to much presure on the motor with not enough juice will stall it also maby the old torque converter seen them dye and cause probs like that. just rough guesses but maybe worth alook
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