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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-27-09, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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94 F150 I6 Sputters after shifting

Got a 94 F150 with the good ole 300 I6 and lately it's started sputtering after I shift and persists until I get the RPM's back up. It gets worse it seems as it gets warmer outside as well. I've changed the plugs, wires, cap and rotor and will be changing the fuel filter in the AM. The check engine light is coming on randomly as I'm driving it, but will not stay on for more than a minute or two.

Much thanks to any help you guys can provide.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-28-09, 04:56 PM
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Re: 94 F150 I6 Sputters after shifting

Have you read the codes yet? That should be step #1 any time you see the CEL while driving. It can be done with a paperclip (jumper wire) using the info in post #7 of this thread:
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Before you attempt to remove the fuel filter, read the captions in the '90-96 Fuel System album linked to my black Bronco in my signature. There's a large diagram showing precisely how to release the fittings, even if they appear seized.

This sounds like an IAC problem. Read this caption & the next:
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Re: 94 F150 I6 Sputters after shifting

if you try checking codes and can't figure it out, check the fuel pressure and injectors, had a similar problem with a 94 f150 with 5.0, 5sp. manual, turns out it was an injector
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