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The glow plugs are only used in adverse conditions at low temperature so if it in not cold, that will not be the issue.
They do not burn out without a faulty relay keeping them on for prolonged periods. More likely the injectors and pump requires attention if you have good compression.

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Jun 18, 2017


About 7 foot pounds. I just snug them up with a ratchet.

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Apr 03, 2016


Check closely for exhaust leaks under the hood of the truck.

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Jan 28, 2016


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2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Sep 16, 2015


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2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Sep 16, 2015


Read the codes. Transmission problem most likely. TCC solenoid stuck open. Could be valve body.

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Aug 23, 2015


not hard at all if you are 7 foot tall .

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on May 26, 2015


If you are sure the batteries are charged up fully but you keep having issues with having to jump start I would double check the batteries after sitting for a while. Could be a problem that there is a short that is running the battery down enough not to work. Could also be your starter is pulling too much juice as if you put a boost with your battery hooked up you are using a lot more power than just your operating battery. Just a couple of ideas.

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on May 18, 2015


You may have to release some tension in the packing nut on the piston seal, if its too tight it will bind and slow down the piston, try replacing the fluid also with synthetic Mobil 1 Transmission fluid !

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Apr 23, 2015


door pad keyless codes?

in owner manual, enter permanent code and then press "1" and enter personal code, then press "1" again. Then both codes will work.

If you don't have manual, go to Motorcraft.com and click on technical resources and click on your year owner manual.

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Each vehicle equipped with a keyless entry keypad is programmed with a five-digit entry code. This code is provided to the customer through a wallet card in the Owner Literature package. In addition, this code is available through a diagnostic tool and is also printed on the vehicle security module label. When entering codes each digit must be entered within five seconds of the previous button press.
Programming/Erasing Personal Code
A unique personal five-digit code can be programmed by following these steps:
  1. Enter the factory set five-digit code (the keypad will illuminate when pressed).
  1. Press 1/2 within five seconds of Step 1.
  1. Enter the unique five-digit code.
The personal code does not substitute for the permanent factory set code. Either code can be used to access the vehicle. In addition, if a second personal code is programmed, it will simply overwrite the previous personal code. To erase a personal code, carry out the following procedure:
  1. Enter factory set five-digit code.
  1. Press 1/2 within five seconds of Step 1.
  1. Press 7/8 and 9/0 at the same time within five seconds of Step 2.
The system will now only respond to the factory set code.
Anti-Scan Feature
To provide added security, the keyless entry pad is disabled for one minute after 35 button presses without a valid entry code being entered. The keypad will flash during this one-minute mode with all functionality disabled except for 7/8 and 9/0 still being allowed to lock the vehicle.
Anti-Scan will be turned off after any of the following events:
  • one minute of keypad inactivity
  • the keyless entry remote transmitter UNLOCK button is pressed
  • the ignition is turned to the ON position.
Unlocking the Doors with the Keyless Entry Keypad System
To unlock the driver door, enter either the factory set code or the personal code (each digit must be pressed within five seconds of the prior digit). The interior lamps will illuminate.
To unlock all doors, enter either the factory set code or the personal code (driver door unlocks) and press the 3/4 control within five seconds.
Locking the Doors with the Keyless Entry Keypad System
It is not necessary to enter the factory set or personal code prior to locking all doors. To lock all doors, press the 7/8 and 9/0 controls at the same time.
Inspection and Verification
  1. Verify the customer concern by operating the system.
  1. Visually inspect for obvious signs of mechanical or electrical damage.

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Apr 01, 2015


Check the oil cooler, oil pressure is higher than the water pressure. It hasn't got bad enough to push water in at 16 psi, turned off.

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Mar 04, 2015


If this is a "Cam Phaser" style engine, it may be the problem. Engines of this type used a part that adjusts the timing on each half or bank of the motor. When a "cam Phaser " sticks out of position, one side of the motor is timed different than the other.

Look up articles about your motor by size. The 2004-2008 years were bad for this problem and there were recalls with limits.

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


It sounds like the engine is running on battery power only.The engine of today`s technology needs the alternator to have enough ignition to run on,lights and computer,etc,will be affected by low voltage,and amps.The alternator is not charging,look for a charging fuse to see if it is blown.If the fuse is fine,replace the alternator,and have the battery recharged on a slow 2 amp charge so it will recover it`s loss of deep cycle amps.This will prolong battery life and alternator.If I can help let me know.Let me know the out come.

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Dec 08, 2014


injection control pressure sensor (icp)

2004 Ford F350 | Answered on Dec 03, 2014

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