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Old 04-12-2010, 08:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy 2005 F250 4x4, tough acceleration, blowing black smoke

Hello, I have 05 turbo diesel. Just recently it has been rough accelerating - no power while blowing black smoke, then it runs fine. It sat for a day and was not driven. It used to do it once in a while, now after sitting it is basically doing it whenever I go to accelerate from slowing down or stopping. Am I going to blow my truck up by driving it? I kind of feel like I just need to get it somewhere and let it go faster for a while, but do now want to blow it up. It also seems to be going thru coolent as well as having a minor oil leak. Had the fuel leak and the oil leak from the filter gasket fixed a bit ago, do not have the money to pull the engine out to fix the leak that's left. I hate this truck and wish I could get rid of it..... Thanks so much for your help in advance.
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Sounds like your having some EGR Cooler issues and take you EGR valve out and clean it good.
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I have the same problem. Did you get it fixed?
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Old 07-07-2010, 01:38 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Sounds like your having some EGR Cooler issues and take you EGR valve out and clean it good.

Ya i was going to say the same thing.ALSO hate to here you say you hate your truck.You can thank our government for that all this d** smog stuff.Ford was trying to get this motor out a soon as they could the California law was putting a lot of pressure them , but they fell short on the EGR,COOLER and that just a few stuff.I think the 06 and up had a lot better EGR AND COOLER.
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SO I have read a few different threads with some of the similar issues I'm going through. I have an 06 4wdr PSD with just under 50k on her. In the last month or so I have noticed while accelerating from a stop, I get a little sputter as if the fuel filters are clogged. Once I romp on the throttle, it picks up fine. Recently, it stopped and now only sputters once overdrive kicks in at speeds 40 and above. Again, it goes away once I romp on it. I have replaced the EGR Valve and replaced both the fuel filter and fuel/water sep. Any ideas? Please help, its killing my freeway milage.
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Ok so after reading about your issues with your truck and having similar problems with mine, I took mine in and they told me the FICM (Fuel Injector Control Module) is bad or going out. If you still have the Ford Warranty, its covered and same with any extended warranty purchased after. My deductible is for the diagnostic, parts and labor is $100. Hope this helps.
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never found out exactly what was wrong with it, started having more problems than it was worth. Sold it, good luck to everyone!
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