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Old 12-06-2011, 01:00 AM   #1
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Default 96 f150 code P1351 a little help please!!

Hey everyone, i just purchased a 96 f150 xlt, the truck drives great, but i noticed that when i start driving it kinda pulls on me a little nothing big but i don't want to have problems with it so i connected to a code machine that my uncle has, it showed the code P1351.I was reading up on a few posts here, and Im reading that it may be something about a black one not a blue one? not too sure what there saying. Could someone help me out with this?, I would greatly appreciate it , thanks guys.
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P1351 Ignition Diagnostic Monitor circuit Input fault
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Have you had the ICM (Ignition control module/ TFI) replaced recently?

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i dont know if it was replaced, but what i do know is that, when i turn on the truck, i can pull out the key, so that could be it lol, i just thought it was cool, that i could pull out the key when i turned on the truck lol, thanks guys for your help
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can you explain to me what this means? please
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