I have a 2006 6.0L F250. I was pulling a trailer today with a small excavator on it down the highway at 70 mph and the wrench light came on. I have had this happen one other time hauling a trailer. I lerft the truck on this time and ran the DTC and got the U1900. What does this mean? What can i do to fix it? The truck misses at times at WOT, but does it randomly. But even when that hapens, the light doesnt come on and it doesnt go into limp mode. If you shut the truck off and start it again, it'll be back to normal... If that helps any
1989 F250 Custom
351W with Crane 444232 Cam, 1.7RR in GT40 heads, summit shorties (waiting on Pacesetter LTs)
Isn't the fastest thing, but we will pull your house down
CAN circuit 1908 (WH) open, short to ground, or short to voltage.
CAN circuit 1909 (BK) open, short to ground, or short to voltage.
ABS module C135
instrument cluster C220b
PCM C175b or C1381b
trailer brake controller
trailer brake controller C2142b
Things to check first:
You could have a bad ground on your trailer.
Your cable on your trailer could be too short and causing it to pull out of the plug
You could have a short in the factory trailer harness wiring
The plug could be gunked up
u1900 more thenk likly means what your reading codes with is not see what the real code is.
u1900 is a network falt.
you need a scan tool with the latist dtc files to read those codes that kick the wrench light. then its still iffy if you can.
Former Ford Senior master tech, gas and diesel.1992-2012
ASE Master Tech, L1 certified.
2006 f250 cc swb fx4 6.0
mods arp,egr delete, tuned, 91 gallon RDS fuel tank.
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