1995 Ford F-350 Q&A
1995 Ford F-350 Question: Problem with the, "Check Engine Light"
In January of 2010 I had to have the transmission rebuilt. The shop claimed I was pulling too heavy a load (approx. 12,000#). Once the unit was rebuilt and running, the "Check Engine Light" came on and no-one can find the cause. I have had the truck to two different dealers and four independent shops with the same results. "Can't find the reason". Any ideas? - spdhorse
what was the code they retrieved?? Roy - mastertech6371
You absolutely need (another!) new shop if you can't get a code pulled with an active check engine light. With the OBDI, you can take a jumper wire (or even a paper clip!) and jump the connector to flash out the codes through the check engine light itself! Sure, you need to know certain things...like during the test when to turn the steering wheel and when to give it a wide-open throttle shot. But it's something that should be a no-brainer. Good luck... - DaveJHM
also put on new throtle position sencor new plugs,wires cap rotor.it seemed to start after i put new coil on?
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