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Ford F-Super Duty 250

Ford issued a recall for certain 2017 F-250 Super Duty, F-350 Super Duty, F-450 Super Duty and F-550 Super Duty trucks built from March 21, 2016, to August 28, 2016. The protective shield on the fuel conditioning module may have inadequate adhesion, allowing the shield to become dislodged.

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Older Diesels Are Noisy

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.

Not So Super Ford Diesel Glitch

Some F-Super Duty F-250/350/450 trucks equipped with a 6.7L diesel engine and built on or before 5/16/2012 may experience an engine shudder with or without turbo flutter noise around 900-1,400 rpm with steady throttle.

Faulty Ford TPS

Some 2008-2010 Ford F-250 Super Duty trucks equipped with a 5.4L engine may exhibit a MIL on with DTC P2135. Drivability symptoms may include intermittent rough idle, idle speed below specification and/or reduced power.

Super Duty Brake Warning

Some 2013 Ford F-Super Duty 250/350 trucks equipped with the 6.2L diesel engine and built on or before 2-21-2013 may exhibit an illuminated red brake warning indicator with DTC C101A:62 (vacuum pressure sensor signal error in the ABS module).

Less Than Super Ford

Some 2008-2010 Ford F-Super Duty 250-550 trucks equipped with a 6.4L diesel engine may exhibit a lack of power with an intermittent DTC P0088 at full operating temperature during moderate to heavy acceleration. A calibration update is available to resolve the concern.