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did the mechanic program the computer to mach the work that been done. if anything unplug the battery and drain the power down the whole system, let it sit with your lights on for 10 minutes maybe 15, then hook it up normal way then let the computer reprogram its self
what happens is your truck will stay on the frame with the deflated airbag for cushing. you might want to look into "Monroe suspension" its called a conversion kit. check it out on amazon. it a greast kit you really wont notice the difference after its installed.
change the grade of fuel for 1 cycle and run a can seafoam, the computer is having mixed signals from the fuel relay system. which in turns needs to be kicked back in by using a higher grade of fuel and try using a name brand station. Find one that is always busy where the fuel doesn't sit
if your losing power you will probly need to have your computer "reprogrammed" takes 20 minutes from start to finnish
try using Gas line Antifreeze. let it sit for a few minutesw and try again, to much moisture in your fuel line, same thing happens to mine.
did you have your alternator checked???? and did they go over the ALL THE GROUNDS in your truck. most cases they check the main ground where as this truck has 4
with the triton V8 you have to be very careful taking them out/installing them. that would be for a master mechanic. Literally. After they changed the blocks to aluminum they had serious issues with popping sparks and stripping sparks. if anything bring a Spark kit for your triton incase one or the other happens, Keep it in your truck like your spare tire under the back
depends on what stereo you have in your expedition, their is the everyday stereo which you have the head-unit and 4 speakers or the Mach1 stereo. which has the main head-unit 2 amps 1 up front under the dash and the second amp which is on the sub. The stereo also comes with 4 premium 25 watt speakers with a 30 watt 8inch subwoofer. and a 6 disc changer. which 1 do you have??? I had the Mach1 till I replaced it with Pioneer/Hertz audio
if it's running rough try using a different grade of fuel, I read the manual and they tell you that 87 octane runs the truck smooth, if you can find it run "seafoam" for the next couple of tanks, the stuff is 10+
that sounds like a heating issue, type your dts code p0170 and it will take you to a site that specializes in dts