2017-2019 Lincoln Continental vehicles (as well as 2017-2019 F-Super Duty, 2015-2019 Edge, 2016-2018 MKX and 2019 Nautilus) may exhibit an inoperative heated steering wheel.
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.
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