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#1 chadster54321

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 09:00 PM

So i recently went into a ditch. Well before that i replaced a bad starter relay. This intermittent problem i been having must be electrical. I was going to order new pcm. See what happened. But since it has gone bad for the 2nd time... Its obviously an electrical problem which could cause the stuttering problem i memtion in another post. What to do? Im having it taken to my moms bf shop to avoid Ford. They would just take my money. Say nothing wrong or that they have to replace the starter. When i replaced the shorting in and out relay the first time it was warmer than all the other relays in the relay fuse box. Im onto something here. Just what could it be that's caused stuttering and stuff on my lund tune? Lund said its not the tune. Just noisy rpm signal. So i believe them now.






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#2 chadster54321

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Posted 03 August 2017 - 09:00 PM

Also no codes

#3 Rich B.

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Posted 04 August 2017 - 06:30 AM

Sorry to read on your misfortunes (not heard anything in a few weeks). Issue sounds now as possibly a bad alternator or connection? They put out AC voltage which converts to DC for batt. charge. Or a bad main ground connection to frame or someplace obvious. The Alternating Current factor would definitely create the noisy signal that Lund suggests. Could actually view signal if one has an oscilloscope, DC would be more of a square wave not deviating to the negative or below "0" reference grid. AC would be like a roller coaster ride deviating both positive and negative polarities.

You wouldn't believe what 35KV recloser (high voltage circuit breaker) will do to radio transmission fire alarm systems if a power surge or bump occurs and one of the phases doesn't completely reseat. 60 cycle hum completely permeates the airways (forgot about that). High voltage lines are the perfect transmission antennae.

Simply my opinion and viewpoint, somebody else may tell you something completely unrelated......

Edited by Rich B., 04 August 2017 - 11:19 AM.

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#4 chadster54321

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Posted 04 August 2017 - 06:44 AM

Thanks rich yea it took putting a tune on here to make the intermittent issue happen more. Ford never showed me the clutch that was apparently "burnt up" at 12k miles. Im mad and feel like i should get photo evidence or a refund. This is complete crap.

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Posted 04 August 2017 - 01:28 PM

You should always demand your old parts back but I suppose under warranty conditions they can refuse. 


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#6 chadster54321

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Posted 04 August 2017 - 06:28 PM

Tymeslayer the clutch wasn't covered under warranty. That's what is funny to me

#7 chadster54321

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 09:37 AM

Well i found an interesting tsb so once my car is out of the body shop im taking it to ford. The stuttering and noisy rpm signal matches almost perfectly with this tsb and my starting problems. TSB 12-11-12

Sorry to read on your misfortunes (not heard anything in a few weeks). Issue sounds now as possibly a bad alternator or connection? They put out AC voltage which converts to DC for batt. charge. Or a bad main ground connection to frame or someplace obvious. The Alternating Current factor would definitely create the noisy signal that Lund suggests. Could actually view signal if one has an oscilloscope, DC would be more of a square wave not deviating to the negative or below "0" reference grid. AC would be like a roller coaster ride deviating both positive and negative polarities.

You wouldn't believe what 35KV recloser (high voltage circuit breaker) will do to radio transmission fire alarm systems if a power surge or bump occurs and one of the phases doesn't completely reseat. 60 cycle hum completely permeates the airways (forgot about that). High voltage lines are the perfect transmission antennae.

Simply my opinion and viewpoint, somebody else may tell you something completely unrelated......


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#8 chadster54321

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 09:39 AM

Here it is

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#9 chadster54321

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Posted 10 August 2017 - 09:44 AM

Im really hoping that's all it is. Something so small yet so easily missed. Yes it doesn't have codes or a blown fuse. But the fact it has the other symptoms is something to be concerned about. Runs rough no start doesn't blow a fuse but has blown a relay. So i could be completely wrong. Won't find out for a few weeks.
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#10 TymeSlayer

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 07:22 AM

Curious if you have a lot of back seat passengers or if you've done a lot of work in the back seat area. If you are in there you may want to tape down the fuel pump wiring harness.


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