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1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty Questions

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till abs light comes on change the sensor on the rear diff with new conector, ford changed the abs control modular. and it still does it. any idea's
It straightening out it doesn't do this all the time.
Replaced bent tie rod. need to set toe-in.
Auto shop says 2400 dollars to replace my head gaskets, does the entire engine have to be pulled or can I do it myself?
I think it has something to do with the alarm system & door locks. I have no power going to the solenoid for the starter but I can turn ignition switch to aux, touch terminals with a screwdriver & it starts & runs great. When I turn it off I have to repeat the process. Doors won't lock with buttons either but hear the clicking sound.
engine cranks but wont turn over
I started my truck after it sat for a day from the cold weather. It ran fine when I used it last. Now my abs and brake light is on when I start it and it stays on. Need help please.
changed out key switch.i took loose ignition module and can push the pin down to start.
I seem to be losing coolant slowly but I can't tell where, but heat still doesn't work after I refill coolant. Another symptom is normal temperature while running but gets hot when at a idle. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Sizable amount of oil for overnight. Ran truck for 10-15 mins then shut it off. Some what Rapid and steady drip. Any ideas? Hoping its nothing major. Truck has 250,000 miles on it. Thanks
it's not where the shifter and pin are connected. it's a little further but i can't see in there
the service warning light won't go out
ive changed multi function switch, brake switch, light switch, unplugged entire bed and cab brake light and still does same thing. I'm confused on what else it could be
The upper and lower ball joints are tight would the axel cause them to fail
I change out the master cylinder, all calipers and the rubber hoses that go to them. A mechanic told me that someone must have put something petroleum base in the system due to the rubber seal on the cap swelling. No no fluid will move through the system when I pump the brakes and try to bleed them.
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