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The check engine light came on and stayed on then the tow/haul light started flashing then the transmission fluid temp guage stoped working.2006 f250 superduty 4x4 5.4 l

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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: my f250 check gauge light is on, the tow/haul

check the bulk connector for for dirt, bent pins, water, corrosion and a good solid connection

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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SOURCE: how to change rear caliper on ford f250 superduty

No special tools should be necessary but it is recommended procedure to replace calipers in pairs. Be sure to follow manufacturers procedure for bleeding. ABS systems need to have the accumulator charged. Parking brake mechanisms may require attention.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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SOURCE: what gear ratio come in a 2000 f250 superduty 4x4

Depends on what was purchased, there are 3 options.

The Rear end has the following ratios 3.73, 4.10, and 4.30:

Gonna be based on the transmission you have...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Super_Duty

Check this site, 1/3 the way down there is some good info.

Peace,

Posted on Mar 05, 2010

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SOURCE: 2004 f350 6.0 diesel- tow haul light flashing

climb under the truck! on the drivers side of the trans in the neutral safty swith unplug it and look for rotted connectors! if so repair damage! second go to passengerside near the rear of the trans ull see a plate that s being held by 2 7 or 8 mm bolts remove plate ! behind the plate there will b another plug do the same! inspect for corrosion

Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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2004 ford f250 superduty 6.0L dsl tow haul light flashing and doesnt want to go into reverse


That light means that the shift points have changed on the transmission. This is to get better economy when hauling. If it wont stop flashing then there is a valve in the transmission that is bad or sticking. You will have to have it removed and overhauled..

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Since the temp gauge is not working correctly, you get the warning message.
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P2701= "transmission friction element B, apply time-range/performance"

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I have an '03 f350 and the trans fluid guage went hot and tow haul started blinking


check your trans fluide oil for a burnt smell
if so replace ---mercon sp only in power shift trans
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Overdrive light flashing on 2001 F350 7.3 diesel truck


Taking a guess at it, I would have to say that the transmission fluid is thermally broke down from the heat, and stress from towing. Try to change transmission fluid and filter. If this does not fix it the transmission itself may be damaged from the excessive strain, and heat. (heat is number one cause for transmission failure. After this problem is fixed, next time NEVER tow in Overdrive. This over works the transmission, and creates the excessive heat. If you tow a lot than consider adding an after market transmission cooler. Which is only approximately 100 and up, but will save thousands in the long run:)

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My f250 check gauge light is on, the tow/haul light flashes and the trans temp is pegged cold and has no power???


check the bulk connector for for dirt, bent pins, water, corrosion and a good solid connection

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03 f-350 trans hot


I would begin by checking the transmission fluid level. If it's ok, then that means that your transmission has overheated. Have it checked for overheating damage by a professional transmission shop. If everything checks out ok have them add a secondary transmission cooler. This will allow the transmission to cool down faster under heavy hauling conditions. Hope this helps, good luck!

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