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Old June 8th, 2019, 07:43 PM
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Unhappy 92 F150 5.0 E4OD Not Shifting Code 625

I am about ready to give up on this truck. Every time I fix one thing another problem pops up. OK, I had been fighting a parasitic battery drain and finally had the alternator rebuilt due to it testing bad (rectifiers were shorted). Any how the starter also went bad and I replaced it at the same time. I started it up and it was running like crap and dying intermittently. I pulled the codes, 334 was the only code. It finally got to the point that it would only start with the gas pedal to the floor and then it would sputter, backfire and die. Checked coil and a few of the plug wires for spark, they had spark. Backprobed the ICM to check for proper voltage on the PIP circuit, it was ok (4-5 volts during crank). Checked fuel injection pressure at the schrader (sp?) valve, pressure was good and held. Pulled one of the plugs, plug was fouled, very heavy carbon buildup. Pulled the remaining plugs and they were all in the same shape. Replaced plugs and plug wires, truck ran extremely rough at initial startup and smoked horribly. I'm assuming the truck running rough was due to the battery being disconnected and clearing all the computer memory and since I have the 334 code the computer is trying to compensate and relearn.

Anyhow, I took it for a short test drive. It definitely has better power now with the new plugs and wires but now it is not shifting into 3rd gear, I only have 1st and 2nd. Went home, pulled the codes. I now have the following codes, 625, 212, 334, and 337.

The one I am concerned with for now is the code 625 which is "Electronic Pressure Control Solenoid circuit fault". Does anyone have suggestions? I looked on RockAuto and they have a pressure control solenoid but I don't know if that is what is causing the shifting problem. I don't want to spend money if this would not fix the problem. Especially if I will have to end up swapping out the transmission.

92 F150 XLT 2WD 5.0 302 E4OD long bed

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