Re: 1991(90) Ford F-150 Stalling
On Fri, 08 Apr 2005 16:23:41 GMT, Big Bob <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Need some help here if anyone can........
>Bought this truck about 3 years ago for next to nothing. It has the 302
>(5.0HO) and was in decent shape.
>Over the last three years I have done the following repairs (in this
>Replaced Water Pump
>Replaced Ignition Control Module
>Replaced Front engine seals
>Replaced Rear engine seals
>Replaced Transmission (rebuilt AOD by reputable co)
>Lastly, about 4 weeks ago I replaced the valve cover gaskets (been leaking
>since the day I bought the truck, just finally got around to changing them)
>and while I was there, replace the upper intake manifold gasket and did
>plugs, wires, cap and rotor.
>Since I did those things last month, this truck has run like NEVER before.
>The motor purrs, the idle speed is down to 'normal', plus I replaced a
>BUNCH of vacuum lines that were broken.
>However, in the last week or so, I have had trouble keeping the truck
>running. It runs great when wide open, however at low speed (in-town
>driving) everytime you hit the brake - the motor stops. It doesn't knock
>and die slowly, it literally just stops running at around 1,500RPMS.
>The check engine light never comes on, and there are no codes to read.
>What is going on? The motor is full of oil. The radiator and water pump
>working perfectly. The ignition works fine.
>Last might, I took off to run an errand, and ended up having the truck
>towed to a friends house. I went down a road and went to turn left, and it
>died, and it would not restart.
>After it was towed, it would restart, and it just kinda runs like there
>might be a slight miss (but it is not real noticable.)
>As soon as you take off, it dies.
>I NEED HELP!!!
>Anyone have any suggestions?
ya ****ed up big boob
i would first run a koeo test
did ya use ford plugs?
some plugs do **** up?