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2007 f150 xlt Low idle and stalling problems

 
Old 12-17-2016, 06:07 AM
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Default 2007 f150 xlt Low idle and stalling problems

I have a 2007 f150 xlt with 112000 miles on it and I'm having this stalling issue. I've replace the throttle body, oil pump,fuel pump,Vct solenoids, cam phaser, battery, and alternator. And It's still stalling.
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Clogged fuel filter?
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Fuel Pump Driver Module on rear cross member by your spare tire.
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Truck had no idling problems until I removed and cleaned the positive battery terminal . I then let it idle for at least 20 mins for the ecu to relearn but still stalls when it comes to a stop.
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The relearn process takes a lot longer than a 20 min idle.. read up on it.
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Originally Posted by techrep View Post
The relearn process takes a lot longer than a 20 min idle.. read up on it.


X2 on this. If it started after you disconnected the battery then its 99.99% probably going to be this!
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