Some 2010 Ford F-Super Duty 250/350 vehicles equipped with a 6.4L diesel engine, single rear wheel, 4WD system and built between 8-1-2009 and 2-5-2010 may exhibit a condition where the charge air cooler (CAC) tube blows off. This condition may be caused by inadequate clearance to or interference with the inboard front-to-front (FTF) bracket fasteners at the driver’s side lower corner of the CAC.
Standard Motor Products Inc. (SMP) has launched a new and improved Standard diesel line featuring a completely revamped remanufacturing process, rigorous testing procedures, expanded coverage, new packaging and competitive pricing.
As anyone familiar with diesel engine operation knows, a diesel engine differs from other liquid fuel engines in one major respect: The fuel/air charge is ignited by cylinder pressure and heat, instead of via an electrical ignition system (diesel-fueled engines don’t use spark plugs).
Some 2008-2010 Ford F-Super Duty vehicles equipped with a 6.4L diesel engine may exhibit a lack of power, MIL on, with DTCs P20E2, P20E3, P20E4, P2080, P2084, P242A, P242B, P0544 or P2031. The issue may involve the EGT (exhaust gas temperature) sensor.
This bulletin applies to 2009 VW Jetta Sedan GLI (diesel) models. A TDI common rail high pitch whine noise may be heard after switching the ignition to the off position.
Some 2011-2012 Ford F-Super Duty vehicles equipped with a 6.7L diesel engine may exhibit DTCs P1291 and/or P1292 due to an internally shorted fuel injector. An internal short in a fuel injector may be caused by the fuel being contaminated with DEF (diesel exhaust fluid) or by fuel gelling.
2007-2010 Ram 3500/4500/5500 cab chassis trucks equipped with the 6.7L Cummins diesel engine and a snow plow may cause airflow through the radiator to be disrupted, resulting in higher than normal engine temperatures. The 6.7L Cummins ECM is equipped with software that can fully engage the fan clutch to allow an increase of airflow through the radiator.
This bulletin applies to 2008-2010 Ford F-Super Duty trucks, Some F-Super Duty trucks equipped with the 6.4L diesel engine may exhibit a MIL on with DTCs P2463 and P246C.
This TSB applies to 2009 VW Jetta models, equipped with the CBEA common rail TDI diesel engine. If glow plug testing becomes necessary, do not jump power or ground directly to the glow plugs. The plugs receive pulse width modulated signals from the ECM.
Some 2003-2007 Ford F-Super Duty 250-750 vehicles built on or before 9-30-2008 and equipped with the 6.0L diesel engine may exhibit diesel fuel in the engine coolant, due to leaks in the cylinder head fuel injector area. Symptoms may include fuel in the coolant and coolant expulsion from the degas bottle.
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