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Check your IDM relay "injector driver module" aka FICM also check all of your fuses in the Underhood fuse box .. there is a 10amp fuse in there tht if bad can cause a no buzz no start situation!!!

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Feb 16, 2019

First check the bulkhead connector on the side above the pan if it's got fluid inside it's leaking and shorting out the switches that are inside the pan and must be changed by dropping the pan and the switches are there to go to a parts store or the de a ler for the bulkhead connector

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Oct 31, 2017

Well then... Jbsdoo,

You will need to immediately get it down to an EXHAUST shop that can do a COMPLIMENTRY diagnostic read...

or Exhaust back-pressure test...

Very likely your catalytic converter (or muffler
has blocked your engine and is suffocating it.

Avoid the common pitfall of REPLACING the
the news...

Replacing your THERMOMETER if you are running
a FEVER would not help... Right...??

Check out YOUR COSTS on rockauto...
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Make sure you know your EMISSION LAWS...
You would hate to pay double just because you bought an ******* exhaust system
(No sympathy from California)...

EPA means nothing .. to C.A.R.B. compliance
(do it right)
More Information for WALKER 81972

Non C.A.R.B. (info only)
Amazon com MagnaFlow 93103 Direct Fit Catalytic Converter Non CARB...

Hope this helps...

Carnac the Magnificent

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Aug 19, 2017

You still have air trapped, I suggest you have a shop perform a proper purge of the fuel system by the book.

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on May 19, 2017

unless you are dealing with a diesel trained mechanic you will be wasting your time and money
find an accredited diesel pump and injector specialist shop and have the diagnosis done

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on May 14, 2017

Your light is flashing because it is telling you it needs attention right away. Get the codes pulled and fix the problem. Sounds like a emissions. Sensor problem or a blocked up catalytic converter.

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Apr 16, 2017

it is a fuel delivery problem
possible air in the system that needs bleeding out
check for air leaks in the fuel supply system , loose filters , hose connections , blocked vent for the tank (evap )
best if you get it to an accredited diesel pump specialist shop as they would have more experience that a service center

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Mar 27, 2017

Bolts located on underside of the truck. I believe that 6 bolts hold the cab on to the frame if its a crew cab. Four bolts can be seen from laying under the truck. You can see the rubber mounts that attach it the the cab from the frame. The other 2 in the back are on the floor board by rear seat or back panel. they connect to the frame also. Make sure the cab is aligned with the bed. It can be shifted. Make sure the bolts are straight and not leaning forward or backwards. Inspect the rubber cab mounts to make sure they are good. You will understand when you start investigating the mounting area.

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Oct 01, 2016

Could be 1-2 shift solenoid. Remove trans pan to check.

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Sep 11, 2016

On the drivers side of the transmission

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on May 06, 2016

If it's a diesel you most likely need a new injector.

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Apr 19, 2016

replace the turbo unit and clean out any fragments from the hoses and intercooler
check that it was not a turbo hose splitting or slipping of the turbo or pipes

2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Jan 25, 2016

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2005 Ford F 350... | Answered on Nov 07, 2015

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