Some 2017-2018 Ford F-Super Duty trucks equipped with a 6.7L diesel engine, built on or before March 15, 2018, may experience an illuminated WIF (water in fuel) indicator with DTC P1140, P2266 and/or P2269 stored in the PCM. This may be due to water intrusion into connector C3080 at the WIF sensor.
Some 2013 Ford F-Super Duty trucks equipped with a 6.2L engine and built on or before 2/21/2013 may exhibit an illuminated red brake warning indicator, along with DTC C101A:62 (vacuum pressure sensor signal error in the anti-lock brake module).
Some 2013 Ford F-Super Duty and F-150 trucks equipped with SYNC and/or MyFord Touch built on or before 1/15/2013 may exhibit a voice prompt indicating SYNC Services Traffic, Direction or Information (TDI) is unable to locate the vehicle or a Global Position System Module (GPSM) concern.
Some 2013 Ford F-Super Duty trucks equipped with a 6.2L engine and built on or before Feb. 21, 2013, may exhibit an illuminated red brake warning indicator with DTC C101A:62 (vacuum pressure sensor signal error in the ABS module).
Some 2012-2016 Ford F-Super Duty trucks equipped with a 6.7L engine built on or before 4/6/2016 may exhibit an illuminated MIL with DTCs P0627, P025A, P025B and/or U0109 stored in the PCM.
Some 2010 Ford F-150 trucks equipped with a 4.6L or 5.4L engine, 2011-2012 F-150 equipped with a 5.0L engine, F-Super Duty equipped with a 5.4, 6.2 or 6.8L engine, and built on or before 4/1/2012 may exhibit DTC P2270 or P2272 (catalyst monitor sensor bank 1 or 2).
Some 2015-2017 Ford F-Super Duty trucks equipped with a 6.7L diesel engine, built on or before June 1, 2017, may exhibit a leak from the coolant pump.
Some 2013 Ford F-Super Duty trucks equipped with the 6.7L diesel engine may exhibit the MIL on with codes P2002, P208E, P06EA and/or P06EB stored. A calibration is available to improve the monitors listed for these DTCs.
Ford cautions about the use of tap water when final flushing the cooling system of a 6.0L or 6.4L diesel engine in 2003-2010 F-Super Duty trucks. The use of tap water in some geographic areas can lead to unacceptable scaling and/or corrosion within the cooling system (water jackets/passages) as well as decreased coolant pump life.
Some 2008-2010 Ford F-Super Duty 250-550 trucks equipped with a 6.4L diesel engine may exhibit a random engine ticking/tapping noise that is most noticeable when engine coolant temperature is 185 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, and from base idle to about 1,500 rpm. Some customers may complain that this noise becomes more evident after 3,000 t9o 5,000 miles after an engine oil change.
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