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Your blower motor is not working. You must check it out first. Lets start with the fuse then the relay and last the resistor. If all these check out ok you have a bad fan blower motor. Good Luck!!!

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Nov 10, 2010

Sounds like either the engine timing was not set properly when the new engine was installed. (Improper timing will cause the engine to backfire and shutdown) or there's an ignition short that causes the engine to shutdown. Do any of the 'check engine' lights come on just before it shuts down?

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Oct 05, 2010


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Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Sep 08, 2010

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Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Aug 24, 2010

Your fuse diagram is usually printed under the fuse pannel cover if you have lost the manual which it is also printed......Hope this helps.

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Aug 21, 2010

if yours is like our 03 f250, the fuel filter is inside the fuel pump assembly and so is the water separator/reservoir. when ours leaked it was because we had just replaced the filter and didn't have the lid on the filter screwed all the way in. (1/8 turn made all the difference)

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Aug 12, 2010

P1212 = Injector Control Pressure not detected during crank - the pressure at the injectors is lower than the minimum acceptable for functioning.Possible causes:
high-pressure oil system leak 
empty/low oil reservoir at crank
low engine oil level or incorrect viscosity
IPR circuit fault
damaged low-pressure oil pump
damaged IPR valve
damaged ICP sensor
damaged high-pressure oil pump
Its not anything you will be able to fix yourself at home and is best repaired by a shop specialized with Ford diesel PowerStroke engines..

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Jul 25, 2010

Your engine is known for this kind of problems. The major problem with the Navistar diesel engines is due to damage resulting from defective fuel injectors - exactly what you have now. There were also minor problems resulting from the unreliable factory variable-vane turbocharger, EGR valve carbon deposit clogging/sticking, defective Exhaust Pressure (EP) sensor/connector, extensive PCM recalibrations, fuel injector harness chafing/crushing and a lot of other smaller problems. 
There's nothing you can do, the engine must be bench tested and the pump and injectors inspected. Take the truck to a dealer, this kind of failure is (or it should be) covered by the general warranty of the car. 

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Jul 24, 2010

Hi there,

Well there must be some high pressure oil leak than some of the others guesses, normally a dummy plug in the high pressure oil rail, when engine reaches operating temp. the o-rings in the hight pressure oil system become more limber when hot and will not seal as well if they are torn, melted or have a problem. Or the problem was in the fuel filter the fuel heat sensor mounted on top of the filter assembly would leak it was hard to see but it leaked enough that truck would start and only run for minute or so and stall. Tapped to the hole and put a plug in and it remind the problem, also check the injectors as there plastic tops leak. 

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Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Jul 24, 2010

The car starts and run but after short period of time it dies .This problem indicates problem in the fuel pump or clogged fuel filter.But in your case you have replaced this both possibilities .In your car their is CPS sensor.Did you got this sensor checked. A common problem with the diesel cars is that the CPS or crank position sensor goes out due to vibration. If the computer isn't getting a signal from the CPS, it won't allow any fuel to flow from the injection pump. Check the sensor.The sensor runs about $50. Thanks. keep updated for any more query.you can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Jun 05, 2010

You stated sand balanced was done on these tires. If sitting for sometime the flat spots on these tires doe go away alothough the areas where they sat for awhile will cause creases in the belts that flex as you drive faster. This will make the unbalance feel at certain speeds. It should go away in a month or so if driven if the tires are two years or less old

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Apr 22, 2010

It is a sign that the ecm has a transmission code stored in the computer's memory. You need to have the truck scanned for codes.

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Apr 22, 2010

First make sure you have the filter cap ( located along frame rail on properly ,they can be a bit tricky, and if not will **** air) then remove filler cap located on top of engine, with off turn key run position ,BUT do not start and obseve fuel bowl to see if it fills with fuel, if it does put cap back on. NOW turn key to run position for a sec. or 2 then back off, REPEAT this 2 or 3 times then try to start. GOOD LUCK

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Apr 22, 2010

This code refers to the "internal control module keep alive memeory (KAM) error. What this usually indivates is that you have done some reprogramming. Are you running any reflashes or on board perfromance chips? This will trigger that code and doesn't necessarily mean you have a problem.

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Feb 27, 2010

if u have a 302 or 5.0L it probably is early warning signs of burning oil. Check pcv valve and change oil and use a quart of lucas engine restore. It may also be valve stem seals if only smokes when u start it up.

Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Feb 17, 2010


Hard to start diesel

This is something I picked up from From working at a General motors dealership. When you are dealing with a diesel engine, Starting fluid is not the best solution.Get a can of silicone spray. A small amount sprayed into the intake system will usually get them fired up and there is not reason to worry about internal damage which is possible using combustible starting fluid.I highly stand by this.

on Dec 01, 2009 | Ford F-350 Super Duty Cars & Trucks

Here is the diagram .Hope this helps

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Ford F-350 Super... | Answered on Sep 11, 2009

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