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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: overheated truck
Your radiator is getting clogged up with mud causing the lack of air flow through the radiator. You may want to install a mud deflector in front of your radiator to keep the mud from clogging up the radiator and may be run your antifreeze ratio 40/60 (antifreeze/water) the higher the water content the better the heat transfer, but your have to keep an eye on the level of the coolant level more often. Water will evaporate quicker but too muck antifreeze will have poor heat transfer and 100% antifreeze will gel when heated causing poor circulation causing overheating. Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Could possibly be the coil pack has a crack in it, could also be plug wires have cracks in them as well, sounds like time for a tune up. Recommend replacing plugs and wires, and if that doesn't solve the issue then spring for the coil pack. Scanning the computer will tell you what code you have to help point you in the right direction as well. If you have any p0300-p0306 codes those are all misfire codes.p0300 is random multiple misfire, p0301-p0306 are individual cylinder misfires.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
i am thinking on the answer as fairlady,did you check the plugs to see if they are fouling out by oil, the valev seals cud be worn and oil is wetting the plug, when you crank the engine or there is no compression, the piston rings can be worn, okay.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
You hit that one on the head. They have had many problems with coil packs. Good chance this is your problem.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
Testimonial: "thanks for confriming the coil packs.is there a way to test with ohm meter."
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