Ford F-250 owners have reported 18 problems related to fuel injector (under the gasoline fuel system category). The most recently reported issues are listed below.
The contact owns a 2010 Ford F-250. The contact was driving approximately 70 mph when the vehicle stalled. The contact was able to restart the vehicle after fifteen minutes. The failure occurred seven times. An independent mechanic stated that the fuel injector module needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired and the manufacturer was notified. The approximate failure mileage was 80,400.
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The ficm (fuel injector control module) on the 6. 0l powerstrokes are a known item to fail. They lose voltage and make injectors not work, which shuts off the vehicle. This can happen at any time while at an idle or going down the highway. Once this happens, the truck shuts off and you lose power steering and braking ability. Mine shut off while going down the road several times now, but Ford does not want to warranty it. My small town Ford dealership replaces several of these parts a week. Does someone have to die for them to issue a recall on these?.
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We where hauling cattle down the highway and lost power at 2500 rpms this was extremely dangerous to be on a highway going 55 mph with a load of cattle and with no warning the truck lost power. We took the truck into the Ford dealership and are now having the high pressure fuel injector pump replaced. The cab of the truck has to be taken off to work on this pump it will be at least 18 hours of labor. Ford has redesigned the newer motors so that the high pressure fuel injector pump is now in the front of the motor. I really think this should be a recall before more people have this happen to them please look into this. . .
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Re odi report 10319552 : solution finally reached regarding my 2005 f250 super duty and the check engine light along with lack of accelleration . It has been diagnosed as the intake manifold runner control this device is apparently faulty as you reasearch it it is common on all Ford 5. 8l engines but Ford refuses to address it after numerous sensor replacements at the advice of Ford and quite costly usually $100. 00 per sensor and many near misses as for lack of power to engine and unreliabilty of when it will or wont happen the imrc controls the airflow to your cylinders and upon failure will decide to either stick open or closed depending on its mood thusly causing either a too rich or too lean scenario going un repaired will cause catalytic converter failure also at a replacement cost of $1700. 00 +/- the imrc only costs around $67. 00 but Ford wants $500- 600 to replace it as it requires the whole intake manifold to be removed in order to reach the imrc which is mounted directly to the intake manifold on the rear of it and is only accessible this way. With so many failures of this part a recall orat least an extended warranty coverage of item should be made as was done on fuel injectors thatwere inherently bad also. This is a potential safety issue that can cause an accident if you are not aware of when imrc will act up be aware it starts as low or no take off power when accelerator is pressed and is intermittent at best along w poo mpg call Ford and complain as much as you can and save yourselves bundles of money this took me 3 years of dealing with Ford and private mechanics to finally resolve this issue and at a costs of about $6000. 00 in unnecessary sensor replacemnets . This is on 5. 8l gas fuel injected 3valve engines if you research intake manifold runner control through a search engine you will see the multitude of failures for this part it is not vehicle specific but engine specific. Mileage start was 300000 final diag nosis and repair 98000.
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The contact owns a 2005 Ford F-250 superduty. The contact stated that while driving 50 mph, the vehicle suddenly stalled. The contact pulled over and turned the vehicle back on. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where the contact was informed that the fuel injector control module was defective. The vehicle had not been repaired. The current and failure mileages were approximately 103,000.
About 9/15/2010 the vehicle, while stopped at a red light failed to accelerate when light changed and the gas pedal was depressed. The truck then stalled and took up to 5 minutes to restart. The incident did not repeat for several months. The next incident the truck failed to accelerate after slowing to near stop at a yield at a highway crossing nearly causing an accident. Replaced fuel filter and had a tune up although it had recently been done and it didn't happen again for a few weeks. After a few weeks of hard driving with no incidence the truck again failed to accelerate on highway entrance ramp nearly causing another accident. After pulling over and turning off the engine and restarting it drove on the highway fine, but stalled when exiting the highway. The latest incident, driving on the highway the truck drove fine, until exiting. It failed to respond to pressure on the gas pedal and stalled leaving a woman and child on the side of the road for 2 hours waiting for a tow. During that time it would not start. Towed to dealership and after having the vehicle for a week, they stated they pulled codes showing fuel injector was bad, egr valve sticking, needs some sort of wiring harness, turbo needs cleaning and some sort of chip total cost over $2000.
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Fuel tank coming apart truck stalls at high rate of speed with heavy loads replaced fuel tank on 5/26/10 Ford dealership told me they were putting a new and improved fuel tank back on truck now its 3/21/12 truck is back in shop at a different Ford dealership same problem tank did not even last 2 years both trips to shop costing over $6000. 00 because of tanks labor filters injectors vc gaskets etc all Ford can say is 12000 miles or 1 year warranty hundreds of people having same problem with fuel tanks which led to shut down of truck running down the road how many people have to die before something is done???????.
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2/15/10 ~ fuel regulator changed. 2/16/10 ~ sensor and connector changed. 3/1/2010~ fuel injectors replaced, egr collor connector, high pressure oil pump prelaced. Now 1 year later all injectors need to be replaced again.
The contact owns a 2006 Ford f250. The contact attempted to accelerate from a complete stop, but there was no engine power. The vehicle was towed to the dealer where the fuel filter was replaced. The failure reoccurred two days after the repair. The contact was able to drive the vehicle back to the dealer for diagnosis. The technician informed the contact that the failure could possibly be contributed to the fuel injectors. The vehicle was in the process of being repaired. The vehicle had not been driven for one year due to the intermittent failures and insufficient repairs. The failure occurred four different times. The failure mileage was approximately 120,000. The VIN was unavailable. Updated 12/10/10.
The contact owns a 2004 Ford F-250 superduty. The contact stated that while driving approximately 70 mph, the vehicle suddenly stalled. The contact was able to restart the vehicle. The vehicle had been inspected and repaired four times in regards to the fuel injection system. The contact called the manufacturer who offered no assistance. The failure mileage was approximately 96,000. The VIN was unavailable.
The contact owns a 2005 Ford F-250. While driving 65 mph, the vehicle misfired without warning and shut off approximately ten seconds later. The contact was able to coast the vehicle off the road and, approximately 15 minutes later, the vehicle was able to be restarted. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer and they stated that the fuel injectors failed. The VIN was unknown. The current mileage was 156,000 and failure mileage was 135,000.
The contact owns a 2000 Ford f250 super duty. While driving 60 mph, the vehicle stalled. Once it restarted, the contact was unable to accelerate past 20 mph. The dealer stated that three fuel injectors needed to be replaced. Approximately one year later, the failure recurred. The dealer stated that the cause of failure were the fuel injectors and they repaired the vehicle. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled on his way home. He took the vehicle to a different dealer who stated that the cause of failure were the fuel injectors. The dealer made the repair. The current mileage is 51,000 and failure mileage was 35,000.
: the contact stated without warning, while driving at any speed, the engine would cut out and stall while the accelerator pedal was being released. The vehicle restarted after 15 minutes. The dealership determined the injectors went out, causing diesel to get into the oil. The injectors were replaced and the oil changed. Since the repairs, the transmission slips while pulling a horse trailer over a mountain. The vehicle has not been returned to the dealership.
The contact owns a 2005 Ford F-250 superduty. The contact stated the vehicle was intermittently experiencing fuel system failures. The check engine light would intermittently illuminate on the instrument panel. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer on various occasions in which the fuel information computer module, egr cooler, fuel injector pressure relay and the inter cooler were replaced. The failure mileage was 80,000 and the current mileage was 90,000.
Vehicle suddenly stalled upon pulling up to an intersection. Vehicle was then towed to a dealership for inspection, and dealership indicated that fuel injection clip broke and fell apart, and the high pressure oil side was leaking. The broken clip was replaced. A service person test drove the vehicle and it stalled again. Consumer traded the vehicle in because the dealership was unable to correct the problem.
The consumer owned a new 2004 Ford, f250 with a 6. 0 liter diesel engine. On March 7, 2004 while driving at 65 mph and without any warning, the vehicle lost pressure. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and the service technician determined that one of the fuel injectors malfunctioned. Two days later while driving on the highway another fuel injector failed, which caused water to leak onto one of the pistons, therefore the engine was burning water. The dealer indicated that they were aware of the problem.
Consumer complained about a fuel injector problem. The fuel injectors overheated and melted the rubber gaskets. When vehicle was in repair shop dealership only repaired two fuel injectors at a time.
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|Tank Assembly problems||
|Fuel Injector problems||
|Gasoline Fuel System problems||
|Fuel Injection problems||
|Gas Tank Strap problems||
|Fuel Hoses Lines/piping And Fittings problems||
|Tank Mounting problems||
|Fuel Pump problems||
|Fuel Delivery problems||
|Auxillary Tank Selector Device problems||