What causes high idle speed on Ford F-150?
Hi Everyone: Today we have this F-150 with a high idle concern that has been to a local Ford Dealership 3 times and the customer still has the same problem. During the diagnostic procedure I found the throttle plate is sticking and there is a huge gap on the spring side of the throttle plate causing the idle concern.
What causes a Ford engine to run rough idle?
Touch the red meter lead to one contact and the black lead to the other prong. The ohm resistance number should be the about the same for all the injectors. If any injector reading shows a higher or lower than average number, the cause will be a defective injector, which will cause a rough idle.
Are there any problems with a Ford engine?
All engines at one time or another will have idle problems; Ford engines can have idle stumbling, surges and stall-outs, no matter what make and year. Engines should run smooth and evenly when at idle, never fluctuating in rpm or dying.
What’s the rough on a 1999 Ford F250?
7.3L Diesel Rough idle, miss at low rpm. Discussion in ‘ 1999 – 2007 Ford F250+ Super Duty Forum ‘ started by acman2013, Mar 3, 2017 . Hey guys, I’m new to the diesel world and just bought a 99’ f250 7.3.
Is there an issue with my 93 F150 302?
My 93 F150 302 has an issue with a slightly rough idle, a slight hesitation when pressing the gas, and a surging when at a constant throttle position. I’ve replaced the entire ignition system, including the distributor and verified the plug wire routing, replaced the TPS and EGR position sensor.
Why does my 93 F150 302 hesitate and surge?
EGR works properly. This problem is only in closed loop. While the engine is cold everything seems to work fine. I can open the throttle a bit, say 1500, and there’s a surge, or maybe you could call it an “anti-surge” where the rpms will drop a bit and engine roughens up a bit, then it goes back up and smooths out, then cycles back down.
Why does my engine hesitate when going up a hill?
I can open the throttle a bit, say 1500, and there’s a surge, or maybe you could call it an “anti-surge” where the rpms will drop a bit and engine roughens up a bit, then it goes back up and smooths out, then cycles back down. Seems to be more prominent when under load like when going up a hill at around 40 MPH.