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F350 self starting

Suddenly the truck starter began to turn over. also, when the ignition is off, the heater/ac fan continues to run.

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You need to check the battery's in all your key pads low voltage reception

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

  • B J WILSON Jun 18, 2008

    you also need to get your alternator and battery check

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