Ford F-250 owners have reported 10 problems related to emission control (under the engine and engine cooling category).
2004 f250 crew cab diesel 4x4 check engine light cam on at 7,800 mi after truck died when driving took it in they said nothing was wrong, 200 miles later I started loosing power , and stalling kept recurring, they got a code that read internal failure, erratic back pressure in exhaust . They put a new sensor in it made no difference still stalling 20,000 mi took it in again, for stalling , lack of power bad fuel mpg, hesitating on take off . Check engine light on , and a loud clunking in the front passenger side . They put a new sensor in , an no difference at 26,000 they replaced the turbo it ran good for a week or so but fuel mpg never improved and it slowly lost power again , and all the other issues still remain the same. I got under the truck and had to locate the problem and found that the leaf spring was loose and caused the bushings to be destroyed, they wouldn't fix any of it , and I paid for a 2000 extended warranty . Im currently trying to get other owners of the 6. 0 diesel motors to get together a file a class action suit .
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Poor design lead up to the failure of the exhaust manifold bolts. Parts were replaced at my cost. Truck was leaking untreated exhaust fumes, before the repair.
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The contact stated the throttle stuck. When the brake pedal was depressed the vehicle stopped. The vehicle was towed to a certified dealer. Diagnostics were performed. The air mass sensor was cleaned. The vehicle is now driving correctly. Updated 12/27/05.
Diesel emissions entering into passenger compartment of 2001 Ford f250 super duty v8-7. 30. Is there anyone out there that has experienced difficult breathing conditions and or in general, sick, after prolonged exposure the ultra fine particulate matter contained in the emissions of diesel engine.
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While driving consumer smelled gas fumes coming from inside the vehicle. Dealership tried to repair the problem, but did not resolve it.
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While driving 90 mph on way to hospital vehicle stalled twice. Dealer replaced 4 sensors, camshaft sensor was one of them.
Fuel valve is leaking fuel back into cooling system which is next to battery. This causes fuel vapors to enter through vents while driving. Had taken vehicle to dealership on 04 oct 01 and had it repaired. However, problem has now reappeared.
During routine maintenance, it was noted that the fuel vent tube was not connected to the fuel vapor collection canister inside the engine compartment. The unconnected opening of the fuel vent tube was within close proximity of the engine exhaust manifold. This condition could potentially lead to a fire and/or explosion due to ignition of fuel vapors released within the engine compartment. The deficiency was easily corrected by the owner by completing the connection to the fuel vapor collection canister.
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Recall 99v311 000/fmvss 301 concerning fuel emission control valve. Dealer refused to honor recall . Dealer informed consumer that they would call manufacturer, and manufacturer would call consumer within 3 weeks. Thus far, no call received. Seeking help from NHTSA in this matter. Owner took vehicle to another dealer, and as soon as the parts come in they will repair the recall.
Oxygen sensor failed. Yh.
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|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Diesel Engine problems||
|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
|Car Stall problems||
|Engine Exhaust System problems||
|Gasoline Engine problems||
|Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problems||
|Manifold/header/muffler/tail Pipe problems||
|Engine Cooling System problems||
|Engine Oil Leaking problems||