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Old 01-28-2007, 15:56   #1 (permalink)
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confused 93 4.9L dies after start

Ok so i got 1993 ford f150 4.9L 2WD. This truck hasn't ran in a year.so i did that basic tune up.air filter, pvc,plug,wire,cap,rotor,fuel filter. I got it started but doesnt like to stay running at idle. If i keep my foot on the gas it stays running. So I did a computer code check on it. came back with a bad EGR. so I replaced it and still has the same problem. so check my vacuum hose found one bad one and replace it check the IAC. every thing good. so i check all my vacuum lines but the one off the fuel pressure regulator line leak gas all over. i dont know much but cloud that be a problem. or is there some then as that cloud be wrong that i am over looking. thanks
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