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I have a 2006 ford expedition and it wants to die out when

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Customer: i have a 2006 ford expedition and it wants to die out when idling after warmed up. the codes are p0022, any ideas
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: engine has 125000 miles on it, the other codes are p0172 and p0175
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Wayne Crawford replied 1 year ago.

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Does it make any noise? And can you run a compression test on it?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
no noise just cant keep it running after it warms up. i wouldnt be able to do the compression test myself
Expert:  Wayne Crawford replied 1 year ago.

Unfortunately with your symptoms it usually comes down to oil passages inside the engine being blocked off with sludge and engine replacement is the best option. There are kits to lock the cam phasers into position which works if no engine damage has been done yet but before you can really go any further you need to run a compression test.

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