Question about 2006 Ford F 350 Super Duty
This is a Kingranch, and I now have a whisling in the cab when I accelerate, also notice when pulling a hard hill when I take my foot off the accelerator I get a pop, pop,pop heard in the cab but definately sounds like air leak. Its been whistling for some time now and this popping of air is just a brand new thing. I worry about pulling my 38 foot fifth wheel this summer. I must say that last summer pulling hills with the trailer behind I blew the air to air lines off a few times. Bought all new and was tested for leaks and the Ford Dealership in Penticton could not find any leaks along with no loss of power pulling hills ect.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same car,,i think your automatic transmission is slipping,(check fluid),or if its a manual transmission,then your clutch is worn out.(replace)
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
From your symtoms I would suspect a clogged fuel filter. It may seem to run okay without a load, but it requires a larger supply of fuel under load. Anything that restricts the flow of fuel will cause what you described.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
Did you get out and lock the hubs? Because that needs to be done but don't leave them locked because you will kill them and your fuel economy.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Posted on May 02, 2010
The problem could be the voltage regulator in the alternator.A faulty signal from the ECU. A bad connection on the battery. Or a bad wire somewhere between the alternator and the battery. I would start with cleaning the battery posts very well and putting Vaseline on them to keep them from corroding. The reason that it could be the ECU is if the battery gets below 12 volts the ECU sees that and sends 12 volts to the alternator to excite the alternator. When the alternator has 12 volts to excite it, it puts out voltage to charge the battery. The way that you can check this is by checking for voltage at the alternator. If you have 12 volts there then the big wire on the alternator should be putting out around 13.5 volts. If you are getting less than 12 volts then you have a bad alternator. I hope that this helps!
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
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