i have a ford f150 98 4.2 and in the mornings it wont start i have to crank it many times and hit the gas and keep pumping it to start it i thought my electronic choke sensor was bad witch it was replaced truck did good for a day then went back to the way it was then added coolant and truck ran good for 2 weeks but then started to do it again im lost

Asked by Nov 26, 2016 at 03:58 PM about the 1998 Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Adding coolant means little to the problem.time for a general tune up start there.sometimes 150 bucks makes your head ach go away

think you but could it be my Mass Air Flow Sensor that could be doing it

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Do checking before throwing parts at it. Gets very expensive. Check fuel pressure at the rail, cost zero plus 20 bucks for a gauge if you do not have one. Then take out the multi-meter and do some checking. A MAF sensor may go for a hundred bucks or more.

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