On the interstate highway traveling at approximately 75 mph. I have a 2005 Ford F350 diesel powerstroke that has the fuel tank lining falling off and its gotten to my fuel lines and fuel pump causing the truck to come to a complete stop while I was driving down the freeway hauling a 12ft trailer with a 10000 lbs tractor on it. The failure mileage was unknown. The vehicle would not restart despite the attempts of the contact and was towed to an authorized dealer. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for inspection where they stated that the fuel filter needed to be replaced. There were no recalls for the failure and the contact would be liable for repairs.
Check the top fuel filter it is located atop the engine in the middle of the valley, it has a black cap about 4 or 5 inches in diameter. Torque cap to 19 lb-ft 25 N-m. They meet at a square box with an end that looks like the bottom of an oil filter. The vehicle was towed to an independent repair shop where they were unable to diagnose the failure. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and the contact was informed that diesel fuel was causing the failure. My truck will not run all the time and dies on me often. The fuel filter should lock into the cap.
With the bolts loose, not completely out, pry the pan loose from the trans. Less than 1,000 miles later the truck ran much worse. Does your truck feel like yourself on a Monday morning after a weekend of partying? Just want to get to work? Once you have waited out that half of a minute or so, feel free to try your new filter out on the road. These episodes would occur once every ten miles and very quickly started occuring every mile. Posted on Jun 05, 2010 that fuse powers pcm fuel heater and some other things.
After getting to a place to pull off the highway it took about 5-10min for it to clear up. The vehicle was taken to the dealer numerous times for the failure. Let me know how you make out. Using turkey baster to drain fuel. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. This article applies to the Ford F-150 and F-250, F-350 Super Duty 2005-2014.
The vehicle was repaired but the failure recurred. I had the truck in for some warranty work just before it reached over 100. The failure mileage was 55,000. The contact stated that while driving at 30 mph, the engine stalled without warning. An independent mechanic then examined the vehicle and noticed that there were silver flakes settling in the fuel filter.
The vehicle was towed to the dealer who advised that the fuel injector control module was burned out. After pulling off to the side of the road and restarted the truck it ran rough. Ford needs to be forced into designing a fix for these oil systems and recall them them. The truck never goes out of state. Note: Again, remember to properly dispose of the fuel. This is on a 2006 don't now if yours the same You need to remove the driver side battery and then the pcm is located on the inside of the fender just behind were the battery was and I believe that there are 2 10m bolts holding the pcm in there and unbolt it and look at the bottom of it, should have 3 letters and a number.
Torque to 10 lb-ft 14 N-m ; do not overtighten the cap. This includes, but is not limited to vehicle damage and personal injury. If it is leaking, it will affect your engine's performance. The dealer replaced the fuel tank, fuel filters and several fuel injectors December 2007. The engine was turned off, and restarted after waiting until the engine cooled down.
Use the turkey baster to suck the fuel out of the assembly. The contact was driving 70 mph when the vehicle stalled without warning. Removing the primary fuel filter. If it is dirty or clogged, it should be replaced. Not to mention a costly fix and Ford cant even fill the tank orders its been on back order for 6 weeks.