Feb 04, 2011 Does the battery charge even after it drains. Several web sites are recommending that the power stroke owners that have had this problem notify you all so maybe we can get the problem solved. The failure mileage was 215,000 and the current mileage was 215,100. Mine does not have rust, but was rarely driven in snow. A slipping transmission is never a good sign.
Your forum sign-up is not complete, you must add an before you can post to the forums. I see this alot and as a matter of fact I just repaired one this past friday. I think we also had the starter rebuilt. I fixed mine in about 8 hours thanks to great step by step instuctions I found online. The truck has 198,000 miles and as far as repairs; water pump went out at 104,000 and clutch repaired at 100,000 the truck is a standard.
Possibly a second steering D60 for the rear end. You also want to torque the tube clamps to 18 ft lbs when you reinstall. Utilize the private message feature or personal email where appropriate to address side topics or personal issues not related to the topic at large. The engine is based on International's model T444E engine, which is identical save for some slight variances specific to Ford's applications. No major issues, so far, knock on wood. Members may use the forums to ask for general recommendations of trainers, barns, shippers, farriers, etc. I have had total strangers approach the house to ask if its for sale.
This article applies to the F-150 and F-250 Super Duty 2004 - 2014. Start the truck and watch for fuel to start leaking from the suipply lines where they enter the head. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are the views of the individual and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of The Chronicle of the Horse. Codes for a bad solenoid can also be triggered by internal damage to the clutch packs. The consumer states that he had taken the vehicle to another Ford dealer and they seemed to have remedied the problem-linkage accelerator.
Never had an engine problem with any of them, but one did need a new transmission clutch. I signaled and drifted over to the right and ended up stopping in an area between the rt 81 lane and an exit ramp. I own a 1996 F350 Powerstroke Dually I bought it new and it was my daily driver for about 5 years. Checked all of my electrical connections under the hood and restarted the truck. The reported incident date is the date of the first failure happened at a stop light. Then this morning it was the same thing but it was worse. One way to check is to pull the transmission pan and look for metal shavings.
I have a 2002 ford f250 7. Even empty this is a scary uncomfortable experience. While doing this I had slowed considerably as the truck had no power and cars and trucks behind me had to swerve and brake abruptly to avoid striking me. The contact stated that the accelerator pedal failed to respond without warning. Tighter is not better, they will blow off under pressure. While members may ask for general opinions and suggestions on equipment, trailers, trucks, etc.
The first time, it was under warranty and they fixed it no problem, the last two times, it has been rather expensive to have it fixed. You can feel a double bump kinda of feeling. The transmission is better in the later years than in the earlier ones. The forums and the rest of www. And, once found, I knew from all I'd been reading all that time, that I wanted a F250 4W diesel. Have a '99 dually now, standard tranny. Ford in the past has put fusible links near the Batteries and when the Batteries are removed, the wires are brittle and possibly corroded.
Seemed to be widespread problem needing to be addressed. Our trucks live hard lives-tons of rutted washerboard mountain roads and working at max capacity most of the time. I pulled back out onto the highway and no problems. Unfortunately, the clog may be internal which would mean the transmission would need to be broken down to fix it. I am stuck with a truck stuck in gear and no way to disengage clutch. Its just a matter of failing a little earlier from being disturbed than from corroding through.
I was told the replacement should go for many more miles that the original. The following chart displays the various injector codes and types used for each model year. Looking at this F250 2002 with less than 110,000 miles I wondered if I'll end up with another mystery auto illness if I buy it. Truck cooled and restarted then died approx 2 min later. The latter 300k+ miles is a common sight at the Ford parts department!. The folks at the diesel stop will know all the issues with the 2002s and earlier. Related: How to Check Transmission Line Pressure Super Duty - Ford-Trucks.