loss of power?
I have a 04 with the 6.0 and love it. But I have noticed the take off takes a lot of pedal to get this beast moving. Not too mention the mileage is terrible. I have driven other 6.0 and mine just is not comparing. The exhaust is straight piped and have a K and N intake. I dont beleive that a chip or programmer is the awnser. This truck has raw power in its own. I just aint seeing it yet. Any ideas what may be wrong. I bought it used with 50,000 miles on it. Could it be a back pressure sensor or what. I have no check engine light, but somethings a miss. Thanks
I would recommend that you get your mechanic to hook up his computer to your OBD port and go for a drive. This was the mechanic can see the read outs of all the sensors. This will be a good start. I had one that had a faulty torque converter, very similar problems
may be a bad throtle position sensor.
take it in to get looked at sounds like a bad turbo and egr valve ( one takes out the other) check engine like doesn't always come on for it
mine was doing the same thing and i took it to a dealership and had it put on a computer. it ended up i wasnt gettin any boost. all that was wrong was i had a clamp come off of my air cooler. check the clamps and also the hose for any holes and that might be a big help
the only thing i can think of would be the name ford is just a peice of crap thats all
i would replace your fuel filters if you havent had them replaced recently
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