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Old 08-18-2013, 08:40 AM   #31
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You might want to insert this link for free owners manuals. It seems like at least 20% of the questions could be answered if people just had them (and actually looked in them).

I can help you better if you learn to spell and punctuate.
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Here's one on throttle response if it hasn't already been posted
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Default truck sounds like it is missing

hey im new on the forum here and im not sure how this works. i have a 2007 f150 4.6 and i had a trouble code for cylinder 6 that i fixed after replacing the spark plugs and an injector. i will be replacing the rest of the injectors as soon as i figure out whats wrong with my vehicle. my truck shutters when i accelerate and while im driving. it acts very similar to a misfire. the injectors are getting power. any suggestion?
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How about adding this information about exhaust manifold repair...

2008 F-150 FX4 SuperCab, Leveling kit, Roush intake and exhaust and BFG A/T KOs
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How about something on Catalytic Converters?
- The removal of them completely.
- The effects of not having them.

As well as O2 Sensors.
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BUMP innnnn

CrashTECH thank you. Too many want hand outs here and not use their proper head
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