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Where is the fusible link located on a 1999 ford F250 superduty 5.7litre

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SOURCE: 2004 Ford F250 Superduty Truck Steering problems

I have had this same problem after thorough checking it ended up being a bad steering box. after replacing the box it was fine

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SOURCE: 4X4 on 1999 superduty F250 diesel 7.3 doesnt work.

to what?

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SOURCE: 1999 FORD F250 SHAKES AT LOW RPM

change the fuel filter and if that doesnt help do a tune up

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SOURCE: 1999 f250 super duty building pressure in degas

check ur oil if color of grayish chocolate milk and or white smoke from tailpipe pretty sure signs of blown head gasket

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It should be sticking out of the top of the transmission at the rear of the unit. There are 2 sensors, 1 at front of unit (TSS) and one at the rear of the unit (OSS). The OSS is your speedometer related sensor.

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