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Old 09-05-2010, 12:12 AM   #1
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i originally posted that my 95 gas f150 5litre would stutter, loose powere. changed gas filter,coil,fuel relay and 02 sensor. did the o2 sensor after i bought the code reader. now i have no faults and it's still doing it. but...... if i switch gas tanks slowly several times it goes away. doesn't matter if i switch back to the original tank, or go to the other. as long a i switch a few times. wierd huh???? any thoughts???dave/sandusky
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Do a fuel pressure test.
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Which engine? both 300 & 302 are commonly referred to as 5 liters, depending on who your talking to. How many miles on the filter? Regardless of engine, Fuel pressure test is next, as mentioned.

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i forgot to list that- that was one of the first things i did- pressure is good- i thought the engine was a 5-just looked it's a 5.8 EFI-dave/ohio
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I wonder if the tank selector valve could be stickin.......
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What was the pressure? Engine running? Engine off? Regulator unhooked? Bleed down time?
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i'll have to ask my mechanic. i had him check the pressures cause i did't have the equipment-thanks/dave
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