The dash components as far as the eye can see are not bad, unknown of internal damage. Use a volt meter to check votage at the begining and end of each wire. The computer, solenoids, sensors, or all three can become corrupt or fail. I have looked into this on line and see that there are hundreds of people who feel the same way since it happened to them too!. This truck is a must see. I grab the plug that was burning and yanked it out of the truck , it burn a hole in my resivoir holding my brake fluid and my hand. I looked under the hood and could see a spark by where a spark plug would be,.
Still waiting of cost of repairs. Said house has a gate carport. The only other thing I could think of is a misfiring injector but I think that either way weather a coil pack or injector missfire it should still trigger a cylinder misfire code. The contact stated the vehicle was parked in front of his residence and caught on fire. The contact stated that while the vehicle was parked, it suddenly burst into flames. I can say that no one has touched the plugs in this truck except for a Ford dealership when the plugs were changed at 75,000 miles.
So Ford if you want business and you love your customers this will be fixed. It is recommended that the fluid be changed every 30,000 miles. . If the engine is not running correctly it can cause a transmission malfunction. If it doesn't crank at all, it could be:Faulty safety device neutral safety switch on an automatic transmission, some manual transmission vehicles have a safety device which prevents cranking if the clutch pedal isn't pressed in Bad starter or starter solenoidBad starter relayBroken or frayed wire to the starterBad ground to the starterWeak batteryBad connection between battery and starterFaulty key switchFaulty key whether it's damaged… If car won't start, either battery is dead, or starter has failed, or fuel is bad, or fuel line is blocked, or spark plug has no spark. You see, Diesel fuel, according to Wikipedia, changes its formula drastically from winter to summer to work best in winter or summer climates.
I pulled over right away, it sounded like a bad exsaust leak. We never received a recall notice. Also creates loss in fuel econmoy. I thought that maybe a bad coil pack would cause the problem so I changed it and the code and the miss continue to occur. The front of the truck suddenly went on fire. A bad control panel, a heat thermister usually located on the heater box under the hood some have a fuse that controls the heater but most just have a fuse for the heater… Well, first we'd need to know if it's cranking or not. I thought I had blown a tire.
Complainant owns and lives in a house. The cause of the fire was not determined. The shop said the head would need to be removed to replace the broken spark plug. I opened the hood and did not see anything wrong, so I started it back up and the same noise could be heard,. Do headlights work at normal full brightness? The failure and current mileages were 158,000.
The fire burned only the front up to the windshield leaving the cab partially melted and my daughters car seat unsafe. Until I started a search to see if anyone else had this issue I was unaware of the danger of fire. I noticed that the coil was off and the spark plug was laying by the valve cover,. Make sure the engine is running properly before attempting to diagnose the transmission problem. The vehicle was not towed to a dealer. How does Ford continue to get a away with producing vehicles that are dangerous to the public? The contact drove the vehicle on Saturday. The models included a standard cab, extended cab, or crew cab and came with either a short or long bed.
The failure and current mileage was 170,000. A quick way to test , using a circuit tester, is to… Check the basics. Engine was immediately shut off. Maybe, next time, we'll buy less or we'll buy smarter. The only other thing I could think of is a misfiring injector but I think that either way weather a coil pack or injector missfire it should still trigger a cylinder misfire code.
A re-manufactured transmission also comes with a : three years compared to an average 90 days for a rebuilt unit. On my way to work I noticed it began running very erratic and the service engine light came on, I immediately took it to the shop. I shut the truck off and investigated a little bit,. It also broke both coils on those cylinders. The contact stated that she never received a recall notice for the vehicle nor were any warning lights illuminated. The contact stated that while parked and occupied, the vehicle became engulfed in flames.
Why has this issue not been addressed by Ford motor company yet,. Upon starting, the engine noise was very loud, sounded like backfiring. The failure mileage was approximately 181,000. We ran out side and my truck hood was on fire, it burned everything visible on top of the motor and toward the driver firewall. The next morning I took it to the shop to see about the windows,an before it could be checked ,about 3:00 in the afternoon the engine off,the shop owner came out an the truck engine was fully ingulfed.