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When i went to start my 2006 F350 Diesel - it would not turn over 0- and it says engine sensor data error/ trans temp error what does this mean

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SOURCE: location of block heater cable on 05 F350 diesel

The block heater is already installed in your 6.0. The cord may not be there as it is an option in some states and standard equipment in others. The best way to see if your cord is there is to crawl under and look up by the # 4 cyl and you will either see 2 prongs sticking out for the cord or you will see the cord. The cord should end in the front bumper behind where the front tag would be. If you dont have the cord Id suggest getting it off ebay as it should be cheaper than the dealer. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 f350 wont start if warm

It is Vapor Locking at the Pump. The O rings are Swelling too much and will not allow the fuel to leave the Pump or enter the Injectors.
Ford knows of this Problem. Call a Local Mechanic He will have to Fix the Problem

Posted on May 12, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 FORD F350 6.0 DIESEL NO CRANK TRANS RANGE

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SOURCE: I have a 97 F350 7.3L Diesel and trying to locate MAP sensor

on the passenger side firewall next to the air box and blower motor.

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Ford 2005 F350 Diesel engine dies won't start then

sounds like your injector pump is weak. next time it dies and wont start try ice on the pump, if this helps you have a bad pump

Posted on Oct 24, 2009

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