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Old 04-28-2006, 18:24   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 92 ford F-150 w/ 170K on it and a 5.0L V8 and electronic OD tranny. I have noticed that lately when coming to a stop the engine will bog down for some reason and die. I was wondering if this could possibly be a rear end or tranny problem. I hope not, as I just got the truck a couple months ago. Would appreciate any thoughts on the matter.
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Old 04-30-2006, 20:39   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Engine Bogging

i've got that problem as well, ive checked around and the main answer i get is that it may be the throttle position sensor. mine idle's rough sometimes and sometimes when coming to a stop or accelerating from a stop it will bog down and die. almost like its flooding. but i have yet to change it out due to lack of funding but at the end of the week i'll change it out and see if thats the problem.
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i've got that problem as well, ive checked around and the main answer i get is that it may be the throttle position sensor. mine idle's rough sometimes and sometimes when coming to a stop or accelerating from a stop it will bog down and die. almost like its flooding. but i have yet to change it out due to lack of funding but at the end of the week i'll change it out and see if thats the problem.
You find out anything regarding that throttle position sensor?
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Old 05-31-2006, 03:59   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Engine Bogging

i had a 92 f-150 with the 5.0 first thing i would ask have you ever change the idle air control that can cause the problem it's like 50 dollars and a very easy thing to change i'd try that before i'd change the tps. beacause it works as a plunger and somtimes carbon will build up and make it stick closed which sounds liek your problem get some carb/throttle plate cleaner and a rag and clean out teh throttle body then put in the new iac and see what happens i know these trucks very well i rebuilt the intire drive train myself on mine. then i had to sell it not by choice and still kick myself for it. if you have anymore questions just don't hesitate to email me btw i and a ford factory technician
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