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Old 05-07-2014, 06:36 AM   #1
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Default HELP! ASAP! 92 f150 Flutter gas pedal to stay running

302 5.0 v8 fuelinjection. Starts wont idle. Have to flutter the gas pedal to stay running if you acceletate it also dies.

Ive replaced the fuel pump in both tanks plugs wires cap fuel injectors map sensor tps sensor and its not the timing chain
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. If its a dual tank have you tested the switch. Is there pressure to the fuel rail. Have you made sure the new parts are good?
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