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Code came up when boosted truck

I have a ford F350 2007. I had a problem with getting it started in the cold temperatures . I got a boost ,go it running, and a light and a code showed on the dash. I don't know what that means.

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    describe please? Light, code #



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May have bad sensor on the engine. need to have computer scanned.

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  • marc buzzell Jan 01, 2009

    may have bad sensor on the engine. need to have computer scanned.



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