Ford F-250 owners have reported 21 problems related to engine oil leaking (under the engine and engine cooling category).
Driving through a farm field and something hit the oil pan and cracked it with a hair line fracture, 1/8 inch, and oil leaking. No visable damage or marking until pulled from truck, even than no marks but a slight dent in plastic. No other visable damage anywere else under truck. Asked if all oil pans are plastic and I was told by dealer, yes. This is a truck designed to for off road heavy duty work.
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The contact owns a 2001 Ford F-250 sd. While the vehicle was parked, the contact noticed that there was a significant amount of oil leaking from multiple locations in the oil pan . The dealer was contacted and stated that the oil pan was covered with rust and needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired at the owners expense. The failure mileage was 157000 and the current mileage was 157752.
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2003 f250 6. 0 diesel icp sensor, leaking oil in the wire connector. The truck stalls at idle and the rpm's jump up while driving making you go faster then you are. Icp sensor being replaced.
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Brake lines, power steering lines, fuel lines, oil pan, valve covers, rear axle cover-all rotted and failed- loss of braking, steering, severe oil leaking.
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The contact owns a 1997 Ford f250 hd. The contact stated that the oil pan leaked on the vehicle. It could not be repaired unless the entire engine was removed. He noticed puddles of oil under the vehicle in the driveway. The mechanic placed a sealant around the oil pan, but this did not correct the failure. The contact has not taken the vehicle to a Ford dealer. The current mileage was 99,000 and failure mileage was approximately 98,000. Updated 03-12-08.
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The contact owns a 1997 Ford F-250hd. The oil pan rusted and caused the oil to leak. The contact observed that there was no oil in the engine. The contact added oil to the engine daily and noticed the following day that the oil gauge indicator was low. The contact attempted to drive the vehicle to the dealer and heard a noise in the engine. The failure mileage was 63989. The dealer informed the contact that the oil pan deteriorated. The manufacturer advised the contact to call NHTSA. Per the contact, it was unusual for an oil pan to rust and it was a safety concern. The current mileage was 64,000. Updated 06/15/07.
I have over 118 pages of repairs dealing from electrical, suspension, engine failure, turbo, fluid leakage, oil cooler failure. Ejectors, glow plugs and counting. They continue to reoccur time after time and dealer will not cover. I met alot of consumers that has the same vehicle and they all are having the same problem. I know that Ford has sued the designer of the 6. 0 engine and won billions but will not attempt to assist the consumer. The right thing to do is, if you know that if there's a problem with a problem why not assist the consumer in correcting instead of doing a patch job. They will not attempt to do the right thing unless someone force them to do so. Thanks.
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A shift cable broke on June 5, 2005. Contacted the dealer, they fixed it. Had several issues with the truck but this one was the bad one. The dealer gave no idication why it broke. Also, they had to pull out the motor because of an oil leak. Took the vehicle to dealer again because an emergcey light came on. Spoke with the service manager all he could say was that it happened to a couple of them.
While driving 50 mph engine stalled. As a result, consumer was able to move the vehicle off the road. Dealer stated that the oil sensor system malfunctioned, causing oil to leak.
I have a 1997 Ford F-250 pu with a turbo diesel. The turbo started leaking oil around an o-ring. Leak was severe. Took to dealer, and a technical service bulletin had been issued for this problem. I now have been told that my turbo is failing. I believe it is for the o-ring failure, which very well may be a design flaw and a very dangerous condition for an engine to experience. I believe a recall is in order and replacement of the turbo a necessary action for Ford to undertake.
The vehicle would lose power steering when applying the brakes. The power steering would return after letting off the brakes. The vehicle had been to the dealer on three separate occasions. The dealer changed various parts and the problem recurred. The hydro boost was not operating properly and the engine had an oil leak due to the glow plug boss bar orings.
Consumer notice oil leaking onto the block and the head on the right side. The vehicle has been inspected. Nlm.
1. The parking brake does not disengage after it is engaged. 2. The engine leaks oil between the engine block and the head on the passengers side just above the starter. The engine was replaced after going back the second time for the same problem.
Engine leaking oil through head gasket. Four attempts have been made to repair the problem. Problem began @ 17, 000 miles. Currently vehicles has 67,000 miles. First attempt took over 6 weeks to complete. All other attempts took 1 week. Additional problems with carbon build up in the engine have occured inbetween repair attemps. Any attempt to contact Ford to address the problem was a dead end.
Major oil leak coming most likely coming from the area of the left head where it attaches to the block or in that vicinity. I noticed a little oil the week previous on the drive way but was not to concerned as I had just changed oil. Yesterday, before leaving to christmas shop I fueled up and checked the oil it was about 2 qts. Low so added oil. This morning 12/19/99 I noticed a large quaintly of oil under the truck so I again checked the oil. While driving the day before the engine had lost about 2 gallons of oil in approximately 85 miles of driving. During this drive I noticed no change in oil pressure or any overheating of the engine hopefully the gauges are operating correctly. There was so much oil under the truck that it had saturated the left rear break caliper and the entire under body of the vehicle. I plan on taking the truck to the Ford dealer Monday morning.
Fuel is leaking causing engine to shut off, dealer has replaced the fuel filter housing assembly, resealed o-rings, replaced low pressure fuel sensor, replaced pressure switch, and tightened fuel lines, however the problem still occurs. Transmission bucks at take off. Vehicle experienced an oil leak.
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Engine was leaking oil at 8577 and 9830 miles on vehicle. Dealership examined vehicle, and determined there were two leaks. Rear main seal and engine oil pan were leaking on first occurrence. Dealership patched leak without pulling engine. On second occurrence, dealership had to pull engine, and found that oil pan and transmission pan were leaking oil.
Had to service head gaskets on two occasions, currently, going on third time, resulting in oil leakage.
Vehicle fails to stop properly when brakes are applied. Would shake and vibrate badly. Took vehicle to dealership, mechanic noticed rotors were warped, which caused the braking problem. Had them replaced after 10,000 miles. Engine stalls and oil leaks from the turbo into the inter cooler. Transmission does not shift. Tires began to bulge out, consumer did not specify kind of tires. Electric window motor failed. Seals are out on the front axles and they were just replaced two months ago. Air filter system is inadaquet for this size of engine and has to be replaced every 2 to 3 thousand miles.
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|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||