Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
If left outside in the cold < 30 degrees and I go to start, I let the intake heater light on the dash go out and then try to start it. It will pop and not start and then crank and crank if I let it. If I cycle through the intake heater 4 times it will most likely start and a huge puff of smoke will billow out and then run fine. Can these intake heaters go bad and how hard it this to replace. Is this something I want Ford to do or want Ford to hook up to the computer to find the problem?
I will suggest to have ford repair these because they can be a pain. and as far as hookin up a computer it wont help much because you really need a check engine light to come on.
hope this helps you decide.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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