Question about 2008 Ford F 450 Super Duty
I recently had all my instrument panel go off. Then two days later my truck wouldn't start. I replaced batteries. Alternator was charging batteries so replaced alternator.. Still no instrument readings and two days later truck wouldn't start and batteries were dead again. It starts and runs with a jump but still no instrument panel readings and battreies not fully charging. The truck is a Ford F550 6.0 diesel
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 Ford Explorer
had same problem when my rear wiper motor went out. I had to locate all the rear wiper motor fuses and take them out to stop it. Am now waiting to replace my wiper motor.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
The cost of many of these units is quite high, compared to what they used to be. Still, the choice of new, reman, or even one from a boneyard is your choice!
Consider that a new unit is just that.eEverything including the case is new. A remanufactured unit is "iffy" and depends upon the quality standards or the manufacturer... Some only replace failed items, clean it up and let it fly... Better shops, replace not only failed items but items which are slightly worn or prone to failure. (a good rebuild includes brushes, regulator, end bearings, diodes and anything else they deem necessary) When buying a "boneyard" part, try to get one with low miles, preferably one that looks as if it was recently replaced, or one that was in the latest year vehicle that fits your application. As I said the choice is yours!!!
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: no power to truck at all
If it's an automatic, and the engine doesn.t turn at all, the shifting lever may not be fully engaged in park,wiggle the shifting lever all the way up and down while turning the ignition,or put it in neutral and try it.check the starter solonoid, the pos.battery cable is connected to it.take a screw driver and jump the circuit from the where the cable is to the small wire going to the starter,it should crank over, if not the solonoid could be bad. check the small wire going to the starter.If you get back to me let me know if it's automatic or standard,6 or 8 cyl or no crank at all, or no start.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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