20 Most Recent 2008 Ford F-350 Super Duty Questions & Answers

Explore all openings in the front bumper. Most likely tucked in one of those.

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Dec 26, 2019

check brake system alerts you to check them --low fluid ,low pedal ,the brake trouble light would be for blown line no pedal type and that would code --as to price for whats being done is normal

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Aug 10, 2017

assuming the vehicle is a diesel because you say you drained the water separator ? What engine ? What fuel pressure does it have to the injectors ? Do the injectors fire ? Ford 7 3 powerstroke crank no start due to low icp injection pressure... Do you know how to trouble shoot diesel engines ? Your best bet take it to a qualified repair shop .

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on May 06, 2017

How long since a tune-up? Any applicable trouble codes? Are you saying it went into limp home mode, not much power, or you lost all electricals and it died? If it is the latter, make sure battery has a full charge and battery connections all good. Check your charging system. Follow one of the positive battery cables, see if it goes to junction block, if so, check fusible links. Any electrical component that doesn't work, if fuse protected, check that fuse circuit for voltage. Some fuses are hot all the time, some go hot with the key on. Use a test lite.

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Jun 11, 2016

Then your problem is in the glow plugs or the glow plug timer.do you hear and see your normal wait to start and hear the clicking noise from the motor.Realy switch in back of motor.. I’m happy to assist further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/joe_a3369546f8067589

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Mar 28, 2015

the fuel pressure is to high at fuel rail for same reason

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Sep 08, 2014

If you are buying rebuilt parts you might consider buy new you didn't mention how long they have been lasting so it's a guess! If you are buying new Original Ford Parts then the concern is the alternator going out they have been known to go out, but rarely! That might take some professional assistance. Hope it helps! Good Luck

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Aug 25, 2014

code p2033 refers to exhaust gas temperature (EGT) sensor 2 bank 1 circuit high === causes wiring short to ground --EGT sensor . check the wiring for shorted / broken wires and replace the sensor . If there is no problem with the sensor or the new sensor fails early I would be checking the fuel settings on the pump ( pump timing and cc ratings ) as a hot diesel exhaust indicates over fuelling or pump timing too far advanced.

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Jul 22, 2014

This is from page 38 of the navigation system manual. I hope it is the right one for your system: " If the PIN is forgotten, you can disable Valet Mode by disconnecting the battery or removing the appropriate fuse for one minute to reset the system." Here is a link to the manual: http://www.fordservicecontent.com/Ford_Content/catalog/owner_guides/08pnosn3e.pdf

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Mar 31, 2014

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2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Mar 29, 2014

It sounds like the actuation motor, for the four wheel drive is broken. Inspect the motor for power, ground and performance. Take the motor off and inspect the coupling for damage. What testes have you run so far? Please let me know how you make out. Good luck.

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Mar 01, 2014

Probably not. Not because it is made of paper, but because of the size. Its too big to stop up most oil passages and the pick up screen in the pump, even if it did make it down to the oil pan. Time will tell.

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Feb 27, 2014

This is a hard question to answer, but I will try to help. I would assume that you have taken some portion of the turbo system off. First, it is possible for one side to be good and the other to be bad. You would want to look at the exhaust ports from the heads to see if there is oil going to the Turbo from a bad Valve seal from a cylinder or a bad oil ring on a Piston. Once you are assured that the problem is in the Turbo, there are oil seals on the rotor shafts. If there is a roughness in an oiled bushing or shaft surface, the Turbo slows down. This would reduce power. You may be able to feel the roughness with your hands. Another Fixya Expert may be able to tell you more about testing the RPM of the Turbo and they may know how to do it without disassembling them. I hope my input has helped.

2008 Ford F-350... • Answered on Feb 27, 2014

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