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  • About speakerfritz
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    ny
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-450/F-550
    Year
    2010
    Current Mileage
    75,000 - 99,999
    Miles per year
    5,000 - 9,999
  • Signature
    2019 F-450 6.7 Gen 2 DRW CC LB - current
    2010 F-450 6.4 DRW CC LB - 2015 thru 2019
    2008 F-350 6.8 DRW CC LB - 2014 thru 2015
    2005 F-250 5.4 SRW CC SB - 2013 thru 2014
    2000 Expedition 5.4 - 2000 thru 2012

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  • Last Activity: Today 01:20 AM
  • Join Date: 07-23-2013
  • Referrals: 0

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  1. 08-12-2018 08:52 PM - permalink
    Speakerfritz, firefighter1406 recommended I touch base with you about my 08 Super Duty 6.4 with a surging problem. Nobody has been able to find the cause and after almost $27,000 and a year of an absolute nightmare I need any help I can get. I am now trying to find the cause myself and as a hobbyist I am probably way over my head. I had a problem of surging under load and then the inter-cooler inlet rubber connectors would tear or blow off. Now I still have a surging and a "bucking" (partial throttle) going downhill. DTCs of P2289 and P0006. Please read my other post on the 1999-2016 Super Duty/Heavy Duty. Anything you can suggest or help with would be a Godsend. Sheriffdude
  2. 07-04-2018 06:45 PM - permalink
    Hi,
    Thanks for the input on my 2010 6.4 with no start problem. I had already removed all air from the fuel lines, and before I removed the air I did remove the fuel cap and keyed on the ignition while the fuel pump filled the filter housing. Can you tell me where the #3 EGT sensor is located? I remember putting sensors on both the drivers and passenger side pipes on the rear of the motor.
  3. 02-13-2017 06:43 PM - permalink
    Hi Speakerfritz, hope you're doing well!

    Few weeks ago you posted few lines about a truck I was evaluating to do my central and south american trip. Thanks again for this.
    I chose not to carry on this this truck.
    I've found another one that may fit my needs.
    Would you share your thoughts about this one?


    1996 Scotty Serro Hilander – C Class RV with 60K miles
    44 Cummins Dodge 3500 Diesel Chassis
    24 Feet Long

    Thanks!

    Best - Yann
  4. 10-27-2016 02:11 PM - permalink
    PM's full so
    [=speakerfritz]I googled "chrome wind hood f-250" and about 10 came up. maybe they are not called bug deflectors.[/]

    Thanks, searched "chrome hood deflector" and came up with a nice EGR brand unit that allows the "super duty" on the grill to be visible still and covers the body over the headlights as well. Thanks for the idea!
  5. 10-01-2014 12:24 PM - permalink
    Thank you, I do live in Florida but this was fresh water. Water did not hit the dash, and the water stayed just below the air intake. Thank you again.
  6. 09-30-2014 11:26 PM - permalink
    I saw your post about flooded trucks. Well I just(08-28-2014 @ about 6:40pm) got my 2006 F-250 5.4 3v 4X4 stuck in the mud hole. With in a few hrs it became the water hole. You alluded to some quick fixes to prevent major problems. What should I do?
    So far I have:
    Changed the oil and filter with in the first hour
    Cleaned the K&N air filter
    Changed the front and rear diff fluids
    Trany flush and filter
    Changed fuel Filter
    And gave the undercarriage a good bath

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