2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty Questions
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once I fill tank go for ride no white smoke but tank goes dry
the smoke appear to be gray to black in color
My truck steering column will slip out of park and roll down driveway.
The hose came off the turbo we drove it towning a trailer for 20 miles, had very little power. what damage did we create
When the hose came off there was a large pop and smoke came from exhaust reconnected hose seems to drive ok but there is a sort of grinding noise Please Help
I ran very low on fuel and stopped at station. I filled up and when I went to start it I turned ignition completely to start without allowing it to prime (why? I have no idea! Just had a brain fart I guess) but it would not start. Ever since it will not start hot. Cold it is just fine. But when warmed up ,it won't start. Turns over just fine. Just won't fire up. I have to let it cool down for 2 hrs. And I mean 2 hrs.almost to the minute and not a minute less!!! Can someone please tell me what the the is going on here?
Starts just fine when cooled down after couple of hours. And there's a clicking noise coming from the right side of engine compartment.
I'm having a new 6.0 engine put in my 2004 F-350. I had water in my oil and my mechanic is urging me to replace the HPOP, all fuel injectors, and all sensors. Is this all absolutely necessary. I don't see how these parts could have been damaged, but I'm no mechanic! I know it would be better to do so, but I'm already going to be out almost $13,000.00 and really can't afford an additional $2,500 to $3,000! I need guidance and would greatly appreciate any feedback.
I've had this truck for 2 year have taken it to several place to repair the fuse blows when i take a turn left or right. sometimes i don't turn and it still blows the fuse.
I was changing the oil filter on my 2004 ford f350 and broke the oil filter return tube inside
My mechanic says that my engine is toast, and needs replacing. Says that their is coolant in my oil "which their wasn't when I took it in" and all kinds of other catastrophic issues, most likely due to hydro-locking. Is this possible, or is he just full of s--t? Please help!!!!
Went to shop for what I thought was going to be an EGR delete and necessary components. What I got after diagnostic test was "engine is toast" most probably due to hydro-locking. Could this be true, or did I just get ahold of a crook trying to scam me out of much more money. I desperately need help in knowingly what to do! Replace motor with used, rebuilt, remanufactured, new, ??? Or get truck out of that shop as fast as possible! This truck is a wrecker, and my livelyhood, and need to make a move quick as possible! PLEASE HELP!!!! I'm lost and desperate!