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What could be the problem when stopped at signal, it doesn't want to accelerate.

(2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty)
in Los Alamitos, CA on October 11, 2012
The truck doesn't stall out, it just won't accelerate. Been to a couple of shops including a dealership and can't seem to diagnose. It has been getting worse with time.
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of Greg's Orange Auto on October 11, 2012
do you have any eng codes? could be fuel issue or catt issue
on October 11, 2012
Had it in a dealership and they could get any faulty codes. I've read it could be the ICP sensor, what do you think?
of Greg's Orange Auto on October 11, 2012
icp is on diesels like 6.0 and 6.4 i don't believe 6.8l have them. poss low fuel pressure?
on October 11, 2012
This is a 6 ltr diesel. The problem is only when tring to accelerate from a stop.
of Greg's Orange Auto on October 11, 2012
sorry your post says 6.8l v10. this could be alot of issues with this piece, they are known for alot of problems but without knowning all the pid readings its hard to diag. normally the icp will not let trk run at all.could be ipr or high pressure pump with not enough pressure or a mulititude of other issues.we have been to school on these and the trk will need to be diag prior to any guessing. we have done alot of these several of my cust have 5 or more of these and they all wish they would have never bought them.i could look at it for you we charge 101.00 diag fee and est to repair.call for appt at 714-633-8219
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