Ford F-250 owners have reported 8 problems related to oil pump (under the engine and engine cooling category). The most recently reported issues are listed below.
Tl the contact owns a 2001 Ford F-250 sd. While driving approximately 40 mph, the vehicle lost power and the steering wheel seized. In addition, the check engine indicator illuminated. The dealer (tomball Ford, 22702 tomball pkwy, tomball, TX 77375, (281) 378-3160) was contacted, but did not receive authorization from the contact to diagnose the vehicle. An independent mechanic diagnosed that the high volume oil pump needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified. The VIN was not available. The approximate failure mileage was 157,000.
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Fikm, injectors, glo plugs, ipr, harmonic balancer, prv low oil pump, high oil pump, fuel filters all replaced between 277,000 and 290,000 miles ( 1st time on injectors and glo plugs at 277,000 miles on a 6. 0l 2006 super duty diesel)due to lack of power during acceleration between 65 and 75 mph more than once! spent more than $3,000. 00 to date to correct this issue and nothing has worked! Ford has some explaining to do, and it has baffled even one or more of their best mechanics, as well as the tow truck person that had to tow it at 10:00 pm this past week! now who is responsible????? we have owned this truck from new status to present and yes 290,000 miles on a 6. 0l diesel 2006. . Surprise! the vehicle was in motion when this issue happened. . . . On both city streets and interstates, and in the driveway with emer. Brake on and acceleration up to 2000 rpm's and it chugs and spits and sputters and then dies and won't restart until the next day! I can provide you several receipts, but I am not putting them online for all to view VIN numbers, etc. Any information will be greatly appreciated! all this trouble has gone on since April of 2016 to present. My truck is a work vehicle and has been a good one until now and has travelled well for 10 years old and 290,000 miles. I am currently stuck in georgia trying to fix this issue.
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The contact owns a 2003 Ford F-250. The contact stated that the vehicle made an abnormal noise and stalled without warning. The vehicle was towed to a dealer who replaced the oil pump. The contact also indicated that there were multiple failures with the vehicle. At least twelve fuel injectors were replaced by the dealer at least twelve times; however, the main failure was the turbo bracket being unstable. The dealer diagnosed that the four bolts were rusted with corrosion and the bolts, which were not in place and the j-tube internally fractured. The dealer replaced the four bolts and the j-tube. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 100,000.
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I was driving on a two lane blacktop road at 35 mph, when the vehicle unexpectly died losing all power, including steering and brakes. This occurred after I had just exited a u. S. Highway where the speed limit was 65 mph. Due to the fact that I am a former police defensive driving instructor I was able to steer the vehicle to a side street. I bought this vehicle to tow a 14,000 lb. Fifth wheel trailer and I am glad it was not attached. . It turned out that the problem was the stc fitting. Ford told me that this part has a common failure problem and it has been replaced with the revised stc fitting. My concerm is that failure of this part with an inexperienced driver on an interstate could be fatal. The stc fitting is apparently attached to the high pressure oil pump, and when it fails you lose all power and the vehicle will not restart.
Crank, not start. High pressure oil system leak. Pump fitting leaking and ipr damaged. Removed and replaced hp oil pump, quick connect and ipr. Cost $1380. 29 after only 705 miles, more repairs needed, of course not covered by warranty again. Why isn't something being done to force Ford to pay for repairs to this junk they put together? work done by legacy Ford.
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The truck engine died and was unable to be restarted. Was told that the stc fitting on the oil pump had failed and was replaced, when road tested the igr valve failed. Had to be rescued by the border patrol.
Tl- the contact owns a 2005 Ford F-250. The contact stated that the vehicle experienced a complete loss of power while being operated at various speeds. The failure occurred without warning. Ferrario Ford Lincoln located 2472 corning rd, elmira, NY was contacted and diagnosed the failure as a high pressure oil pump malfunction and the part would need to be replaced. The failure was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 20,000. Kh.
High pressure oil pump o-ring failure. (1) o-ring failed at 08/30/04 with 30,000 miles. Dealer repaired with updated o-ring kit as specified by Ford bulletin. Covered under warranty (2)o-ring failed again at 08/16/07 with 70,826 miles. Ford dealer repaired with updated 0-ring kit as specified by Ford bulletin. This time I had to pay $100. 00 deductible. (3)o-ring failed again on 06/11/08 with 83,000 miles. Repaired again in 10 month since last repair. I had to pay the full price of repair of 561. 82. Same part has failed three times on my 2002 f250 crewcab 4 door 7. 3 diesel. When o-ring fails the oil is leaking while engine is running. This is not a slow leak but a steady stream as the line is under high pressure. I had to shut down the engine while driving because of low oil pressure and you have no control of brakes or the power steering on vehicle.
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|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
|Diesel Engine problems||
|Car Stall problems||
|Engine Exhaust System problems||
|Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problems||
|Gasoline Engine problems||
|Manifold/header/muffler/tail Pipe problems||
|Engine Oil Leaking problems||