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Ford 4.9l (300 c.i.d.) Hesitation and Startup Fix

A common issue on Ford's 4.9l (300 c.i.d.) I-6 is hesitation and startup trouble. Simply remove the connector to the throttle position sensor and the idle speed controller and clean the terminals. 9 times out of 10 this will solve the issue.


 


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