This truck has just about sent me to the bankruptcy line. Mine went dim and intermittent due to the Lead Free Solder joints going bad. Ford reccomends at least 25 seconds and into a container. When the items break we do one of two things; 1. Has left me stranded numerous times with livestock in the trailer I'm pulling - you can't even imagine what a pain it's been.
The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic for diagnosis where it was stated that the fuel injection control module needed to be replaced. The approximate failure mileage was 74,000. This time it has been blamed on the exhaust manifold, the first time it was what they called the down exhaust pipe. Oh, and although this U. So if you want your device to work reliable for decades resolder all your failing devices with leaded solder. I own an 04, F350 superduty, diesel truck.
I suggest a hefty maintenance fund if you purchase one. The vehicle had multiple fuel system problems. Throw it in the trash which ends them up in the land fill, or 2. Too much pressure for the exhaust. In concept the idea seems valid, but in reality it actually makes the problem worse. I hope the video and slide show helped. This could have been a very serious safety issue had I not been able to get out of the travel lanes of the interstate.
Most people don't know how to repair it and the cost of repairing it is far more that the cost of buying a new one. . This issue is now the subject of a class action lawsuit in New Jersey. Description: 1999 to 2004 Intermittent, Dim or not working Overhead Display fix. The other problem is with the radiator hose. Lead Free solder was designed to reduce the lead that ends up in the water table where we get our drinking water from.
Not sure why the others on here at giving this vehicle 5 stars as everyone I know with the 6. This would prevent these small fuel spills that are harmful to the enviornment, and the dangereous fuel that is being spilled onto people. Had we been in heavier traffic and unable to get the vehicle to the side of the road there may have been a serious accident. I have a radio from 1936 in my house and it works fine. I have not been told if they are replacing the hose with the old style or the new style.
The consumer stated when the dump truck shut down, there was no power steering or brakes. The long drag link was replaced because it was weak. This happened on either the first Monday of November or the last Monday of October, as well as the previous Friday. One on the drivers side, under the frame and the other on top of the engine. If they really wanted to solve this problem, they should use Silver, it melts at a little higher temperature and is none toxic to the water table.
So most people are forced to throw the item in the trash and buy a new one. Please give me a thumbs up for my work and comment to share your knowledge or help others with my video. Lead makes its way there via landfills when electronic devices are no longer wanted and thrown into the trash. I believe that there is a bigger problem which has to do with the 6. Owners manual reccomends that you must drain the one under the frame at least with every fill up to prevent water from getting into the engine. If the part had been assembled with lead solder the part would not have broken so easily and would not end up in the landfill for decades. The vehicle was not repaired.
Mechanic conclusion was that the lining of the fuel tank had dislodged and caused the engine to foul, causing a sudden power loss. The dealer stated the problem was with the diesel tank and diesel line which had eroded due to containments in the diesel gas, however the problem recurred two more times. There are big bucks in replacing all those devices that will prematurely fail from normal use because of Lead Free Solder. The actual transaction price will be dependent on innumerable variables, from the dealer's inventory to the buyer's bargaining skills, so this figure is an approximation. I have done this 5 times now. Managed to cross from the right lane, across a merge lane to the shoulder.