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My 2006 ford f350 crank some times then stops like she bringing up my battery is showing 12.5 on the two battarys

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Your cams might be bad

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Has to crank with energy, clean the terminals and jump start check the spark on plugs, check i gas gets to the injectors, try to spray air cleaner hole with starting fluid,if truck starts and runs for 2 to 3 seconds, you have a fuel pump problem or a bad fuel filter, if truck does not start with starting fluid than You my have a timing problem or ignition coil, key, but the motor has to turn fast enough

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to the starter motor.

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SOURCE: what is a tbc fault on a 2006 ford f350 6.0

That is your trailer brake controller that is built into your dash. If you are hooked up to a trailer it could mean you are losing your connection or ground to the trailer. If you are not connected to a trailer it means there is a problem with your brake controller possibly a short in the wiring caising the fault code.

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SOURCE: 2006 ford f350, leaking fuel at the fuel filter

must identified what part of it is leaking has it been changed and wrong or wrongly installed gasket promble

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SOURCE: 2006 ford f350 6litre diesel

could be a number of things from a bad icp sensor to bad ipr valve. bad fuel pump, bad high pressure pump. bad ficm,,,

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if the alternator was not charging , there would have been an indicator light on in the dash or the volt gauge would have been showing a negative or under 11 volts
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