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Have your alternator checked. I had a Lincoln that had the odometer and speedometer recording at a stop. Turns out it was stray voltage from alternator traveling through my chassis.

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Jan 26, 2018

Hi, have you tried swapping out the PCM power relay? You can borrow the washer relay to see if this will clear up the problem. If it doesn't we'll need to go thru standard no-start troubleshooting procedure. Check for sparks, fuel, etc. I can give you those instructions next if the relay swap doesn't fix you up.


1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Jan 06, 2018

Injector pump seals most likely.
If they have never been changed,CHANGE THEM NOW!
One is HARD to change,make sure they change that one too and not just the easy ones.
2nd most common leak there is the return fuel lines between the injectors.
That should do it.

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Jun 02, 2017

Look for a broken wire inside the rubber boots from the body to the doors .

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on May 26, 2017

Try this: Google images for 1999 Ford F350 hydraulic clutch slave bleed screw.

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Mar 13, 2015

better than the other way around I'd guess .

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015

Horn fuse is located under the dash in location #12, it's a 15A fuse. The horn relay is in relay location #3, also under the dash.

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Feb 06, 2015

you should check the coil pack check for cracks and test it

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Dec 03, 2014

Please check your fuse. If you need further advise get back to me.

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Aug 19, 2014

The problem you have I believe it is the cam sensor.....Low coolant level will cause the same failure ...If coolant isn't touching sensor which is located in the coolant reservoir...when coolant sloshes up and down while driving it will cause this to happen intermittently..Or the coolant sensor is just faulty...If it was fuel related it shouldn't crank at all...The best thing to do is have a dealership scan the system for faults rather than use a cheap scanner."..You can also check to see if there are any recalls....Check wiring for loose connections..also sometimes the negative battery cable will definitely cause this...It will become loose and the vibration will make it happen..and contamination. .".So check battery cables,coolant sensor wiring,and wiring at cam sensor which is located at front of engine behind fan ...If all cables,wiring and coolant level are good take it and have it scanned...Also check oil level...Hope this helps...I would call dealer first and ask about cam sensor recalls..,Then make an appointment..If it is a recall they will take their time and do all money making jobs before yours ...I know because I work at a dealership...They don't make any money for recalls...Good luck...Brooks...

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Jun 19, 2014

P0344 = cam position sensor error
P0603 = Internal control module keep alive memory error.
P1670 = communication error between PCM and IDM
P0562 = system voltage low

My guess is you probably have some wiring issues but it's hard to tell exactly where.

1999 Ford F350... | Answered on Jun 13, 2014

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