I erased the code and restarted the truck. What these are pointing to? The starter cranks over for a few seconds but engine won't start. Where I should start looking to fix this? I drove about another 5 minutes until I started hearing a real bad air leak and the truck just didn't feel like it was driving right. I removed valve cover and oil rail and swapped injector 3 and 5. Here are some of the most common. It does seem to start a little different than our 05 with 04 motor.
The diesel site had a little bit of sediment but no water whatsoever. I shut the truck off and got some diesel. The last hour of the trip was completely normal. I don't even know where to begin! I bought a tfi module that you find in a lot of 90's fords for a 5. I was driving at highway speeds, and all of a sudden I lost power and got a shake when trying to accelerate. The truck has about 98,000 miles. .
It sounds like it just doesn't fire right away or like it turns over and then decides to start. They were initially quite responsive, and again told me that they could not find a problem with the truck from a mechanical standpoint. With each cylinder firing, the crankshaft accelerates past 2,500 rpm, at that moment, and decelerates below 2,500 rpm. The oil cooler is located in the valley of the engine block, underneath the cartridge oil filter set up. When I put the starter solenoid wire to the battery you can hear the engine skip. Most of the issues that came out of these motors were electrical due to old, fraying and, melted wires.
It seems to run good and idles pretty good when it warms up. The other day I was driving it down the highway and it got a Reduced Engine Power message on the dash. It drove 5 miles or so then started running terribly before shutting down. Was afraid truck wouldn't restart, so took it directly to the dealer after dropping trailer at home. These will surely be revised as time goes on but for now here are some simple rules: 1. The whole fuel system was replaced about 10K miles back.
The open coil is driven via a 20A pulse to open the injector. For additional information refer to the latest Technical Service Bulletins or Special Service Messages. The truck seemed very sluggish. After reinstalling oil rail I cranked engine over and saw cylinder 5 intake valves were not moving. They replaced the tube and everything was fine. I no longer hear the turbo spooling. Everything was running great for about 5k miles.
The code just means that the sensor signal was not within specifications. Drove it for over an hour. This is my first diesel. I found a few instances through Google, but almost all of them said the dealers just reset the code. I took it in and they say it tested good but I'm not always sure with them. The road was smooth, all interstate, but it did go away when traveling about 70 mph. Seems as though this should be covered under the 100K engine warranty, and I am at 95K now, so the timing was good if it was going to happen.
Where to start or what to look for? How do you troubleshoot code P0278? I have an 04 f350 with an 03 6. I changed the diesel site fuel filters and the stock primary and secondary fuel filters. I scanned the truck with my snap on modus and it gave me these codes. I erased the code and restarted the truck. Since buying it I have used it as a daily driver.
The only thing I can figure is that I don't have oil pressure in the oil rail which is why it died but I don't understand why the truck still ran rough and pulled up with the same P0269 code. I was able to drive it to the gas station real quick to fill it up on fuel and drove back home which is a short drive, but the truck was running worse and worse and it eventually died on me. Keep posts related to the subreddit. My question specifically is regarding the P200C, Diesel Particulate filter Over Temp. Could I have put In a bad injector? If the problem is severe, you may experience rough idle or cylinder misfire.
Enter and space open menus and escape closes them as well. It feels like everything is working. I looked, and noticed the turbo gauge at 0, no boost. I stopped to take on some fuel. Either way of all the troubleshooting steps it seems normal. Noticed an odor burning engine oil too.
I'm running 65 psi with a dual steering stabilizer from pro comp and all four shocks pro comp as well. This stops the distribution of high pressure oil to the top of the intensifier piston thus stopping the delivery of fuel. I was about a half hour into a 3 hour drive and I got a Check Engine Light. I cleared the code and restarted the truck and it immediately came back on. Did something just get stuck? This error code popped up this week. Purchased 2011 3 weeks ago. Well, I got P0278 but no check engine light.