Question about Ford F-250
A flashing OD light indicates a stored trouble code inside your trucks computer. The best thing to do is drive it to your local auto parts store and borrow (for free) there on board diagnostics (OBD II) scan tool. This electronic took hooks up underneath the drivers side steering wheel and will obtain the trouble code. After you get the code, look in the back of a Haynes manual (also avalible at the auto parts store) and match the code number that came up on the display to the code number found in the repair book. This will save you time and money vs. replacing parts that don't need to be replaced and takes the guess work out of the repair. The trouble code will most likely have something to do with the tach and the transmission
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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