Before that's up I'm out. Sure, every engine ever made by any manufacturer can be subject to flaws, problems, etc. I like always being in at least an extended warranty. The power was there though, just didn't like the squatting and bouncing. I will be following this thread closely hoping for some good advise. This '12 truck has been by far my best truck to date and if pulling any load over 10k lbs I wouldn't even consider the anemic 6. Once you tow and go diesel it's really really hard to go back.
There are people all over the country with the same issue and even still Ford will not own up to it and repair them under warranty. Summary: 2010-2018 various vehicles equipped with sync or sync 3 may not function when attempting to find or use the spotify app via applink. Your mileage is low tho. I purchased a 2013 f250 diesel super duty new at the end of 2012. So far my 2015 has been really good, an occasional gremlin popped up but a restart fixed it and they haven't been back. While issues are expected from a clean-late engine, especially one as advanced as the 6.
I sure hope it's just because the 6. Yes my 2013 F250 6. I installed airbags as well. The following Monday the same thing happened and I had to call roadside assistance for a tow truck. Persistent problems in later model years has not been identified with any considerable frequency, but that is not to say that radiators from later model years have not developed leaks over time. If possible, bring a trailer with some weight on it, and see if the dealership will let you do a quick side-by-side towing comparison.
The last issue that has since been totally resolved. In 2004 I started owning diesel trucks and for the first couple of years 50% of the stations had diesel. Common problems of the 2013 Ford F-250 82 problems have been reported for the 2013 Ford F-250. I had a trip planned in mid-October already to drive my new truck and pull my 19' toy hauler camper that way's 5700 lbs and was putting my 900 lb Harley in it. Which one do you recommend? This '12 truck has been by far my best truck to date and if pulling any load over 10k lbs I wouldn't even consider the anemic 6.
Bulletin: 16-0049 Component: 110000 electrical system Summary: 6. Follow the owner's manual and what the truck tells you. I can't handle surprise repairs in anything. Stopped there for about 10 min and when I went to leave the truck would not crank. It isn't the cheapest way to run a vehicle, but I'm not into the cheapest.
I hooked up the camper and my F250 squatted about a few inches. I burned up 220 gallons of fuel to travel from Indianapolis to Daytona Beach and back. What do you think Ford changed? For that reason, my next toyhauler will be about 10k loaded. What's everyone's experience with the suspension and gas mileage pulling something. I had about 3500 miles on it when we went to Florida averaged 10. I kept at 70 mph. The soft F250 was a shock for some of us who pre-ordered the 2011 in early 2010.
Had Ford detected a problem with the factory glow plugs, a recall or service bulletin would have been likely in order to reduce the onset of expensive warranty claims. Does anyone have reliability stats for the 6. There's a reason that almost all Super Duty's on the dealer lots have diesels under the hood. Perhaps the engine light has something to do with it. I tried the best I could to get close to the 1,000 mile break in completed. I am convinced of the gas dependability due to putting 100,000's of trouble free miles over the years on Ford gas motors. I was in the fast lane, the truck lost all power and rapidly slowed down.
Much more low end torque - nicer for towing and general driving. The following chart shows the 19 most common problems for 2013 Ford F-250. I wouldn't want bigger anyway for what I do and where I go Where I live, the loggers, farmers and fleets have been switching over to gas motors for greater reliability and lower operating cost. The emissions aftertreatment system on the 6. Only dealer trip in the past 18 months and 8.
What's cheapest for me would be to own a small eco car and when I needed it rent a truck and deal with renting the lowest possible trim level vehicle in existence, but it would work. The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's engine and engine cooling 13 problems. I hear on the 6. I drop the Truck off at the Dealer in the morning. I will hope for improvement, just won't have high hopes. I was driving on a local interstate when my 2013 Ford F-250 6.
I was pulling 7,000 lbs this weekend and was in the mid 14's. Defective Radiators Early build 2011 model year pickups equipped with the 6. Doing that will give you the best overall chance of having a reliable truck that you will enjoy for years. There's a reason that almost all Super Duty's on the dealer lots have diesels under the hood. All my miles are towing 8k-16k, depending on the work I'm doing. These incidents were not widespread and there have not been enough cases to prompt a recall or any considerable concern in later production engines.