Question about Ford F-350
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you are certain that one is even installed... look around the headlights on the inside of the car.... they often have the cord fed thru that area.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
To do this in park or neutral is normal. To do it while driving is not.
There are so many things that could cause this but if you have no check engine light and it runs normally up until then I would suspect you have an exhaust restriction. This can be checked fairly easy on this vehicle, it has a DPFE sensor that mounts near the top back side of the motor.It will either be black or silver,will have a 3 wire connector to it and 2 hoses going down the back of the motor to the exhaust. You can disconnect one of these hoses and install a vacuum/pressure guage and measure exhaust back pressure. It should be 1 psi or less at idle and when you go to wide open throttle should not exceed 3 to 4 psi. If it does something in exhaust,most likely one of the catalytic convertors is stopped up.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
SOURCE: Chevy 1500 Heater problem
It sound's like a problem with the water pump, thermostat, or drive-belt, drive-belt tensioner and pulley, check the tension on the drive-belt, if it has good tension check and or replace the thermostat, if your still having cold air coming out at low rpm's it could be a bad water pump. you can check the water pump by looking to see if there's coolant leaking from the weap hole, or listen for a squealing noise from the water pump when the vehicle is running, there's also a possibility of air in your cooling system which usually occur's when you have the coolant system opened up for repair's, if there is air in the system it could keep the coolant from flowing properly, only way to get it out is to bleed it out using the bleeder valve, im assuming the coolant level is at the proper level,
I hope this was helpful. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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