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Old 04-15-2016, 05:04 AM   #1
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New 2015 Power stroke Stalls during acceleration

My new 2015 f250 6.7L Stalls during light acceleration from stopped position or slow speeds. Getting ready to drop off for service. Any one experience this.
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Just read in another forum that there is a brake over accelerator cut off if you have any pressure on the brakes during acceleration the accelerator will
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Yes this can happen if you are double footing the pedals. Both my 2011 and 2013 both do it if you have one foot on the brake and one on the accelerator at a stop. You are confusing the computer, it is thinking it is in hill incline hold mode and reduces the electronic throttle to a fast idle to hold the truck from rolling backwards while you are normally switching pedals with one foot. It is a habit I can't seem to break myself of since the International /Allison combo I have has to be driven like that.
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Just read in another forum that there is a brake over accelerator cut off if you have any pressure on the brakes during acceleration the accelerator will
A brake over accelerator cut off ( if it exists ) would leave the engine at idle, not stall it out.
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Yes this can happen if you are double footing the pedals. Both my 2011 and 2013 both do it if you have one foot on the brake and one on the accelerator at a stop. You are confusing the computer, it is thinking it is in hill incline hold mode and reduces the electronic throttle to a fast idle to hold the truck from rolling backwards while you are normally switching pedals with one foot. It is a habit I can't seem to break myself of since the International /Allison combo I have has to be driven like that.
Your engine stalls ?
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No, speaking of the Int. It will roll because of the weight, need to hold the brake until you bring up the rpm to get it moving, thus my two foot habit which gets me the stall when driving my Ford.
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Actually it is a safety system so there isn't unintended acceleration.
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