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Engine stopped while coming down a hill. won't start now, cpu ? or fuel supply?
2001 Ford F-350 Super Duty

Engine Stopped while coming down a hill. Won't start now, CPU ? or fuel supply?

(2001 Ford F-350 Super Duty)
88 degree day. Full tank of gas. Kinda sputtered twice during restart attempts. Could it be the brain box CPU thing or is it fuel filters or pump? The vehicle has run incredibly well ever since I bought it in 2002. I am the only owner and van has had regular maintenance ongoing every 3 to 5 thousand miles. Triton V-10 Engine, 15 passenger Van with towing package.
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Sorry you have a problem. You are correct it is either fuel or electrical. There are so many different causes I cant list them all. We would test for spark first, then fuel. It is very difficult perform these tests on a van because of components location. If you want us to diagnose for you or if you would like some free advice just call Prairie Road Automotive at 541-688-3346.

Thank you - Bill Filley - Owner
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Sorry you have a problem. You are correct it is either fuel or electrical. There are so many different causes I cant list them all. We would test for spark first, then fuel. It is very difficult perform these tests on a van because of components location. If you want us to diagnose for you or if you would like some free advice just call Prairie Road Automotive at 541-688-3346.

Thank you - Bill Filley - Owner
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