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Rich427

2016 6.0 Running/accelerating hesitation

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Been noticing my truck is running a little funny. It’s slight and it’s Hard to explain. Almost feels like a misfire but not at idle only in like mid range rpm. Not throwing any codes. It just seems like it is not accelerating smoothly like it skips? I tried cleaning the MAF sensor, didn’t seem to help. Any ideas? Thanks

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how long has it been doing this

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There's a surging thread in here somewhere, lots of replies in there. My '15 did it, my '17 doesn't, kind of surges at part throttle, slight acceleration.

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Yes surging at part throttle is a good way to describe it. I’ve been noticing it for the past couple thousand miles I’d say.


I actually filled up from close to empty today with E85 for the first time (not a lot of places near me have it). Could be my imagination but I didn’t notice the surging and it seemed to be running great on it.
 

I will search for the surging thread Thanks

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