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Old 07-07-2011, 07:40 PM
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2006 wrench light

I have a 2006 f350 and when driving for 20-30mins on the highway the wrench light comes on. It never comes on when driving in the city. It doesnt lose any power or go into limp mode. I dont stomp on the pedal so its not overboost from the turbo. I am thinking its the oil cooler but could use any thoughts or suggestions. Thanks
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Old 07-07-2011, 07:51 PM
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Do you have a way to moniter EOT and ECT. I would sugest a ScanGauage2, you can get one preprogramed for a 6.0 from bullet Proof diesel for less than 200 bux. The OEM gauages are junk and won't tell you there is problem utill it is super expensive to fix!! See the link below. WELCOME TO THE .ORG

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No i dont have any way to monitor the temp levels. Shouldnt the temps be within 15 of each other? I will look into your suggestions. Thanks!
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No i dont have any way to monitor the temp levels. Shouldnt the temps be within 15 of each other? I will look into your suggestions. Thanks!

YEP !! Do some reading in the maint section any question let us know!!



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Old 07-07-2011, 08:36 PM
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Will do. Thanks for the help
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Do you get any sort of message when it comes on? Try clicking the odometer button and scrolling through-When mine came on, It informed me it was time to replace my air filter.
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You could also get the codes read. If it is the ect/eot correlation code my friend HAM_RADIO_MAN is thinking that it could be, it would be stored.
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Yes, there would / should be a code with the flash you should have in your PCM. I think there is also a point that when the temp diffrence get to high the truck will defuel, but I can't remember the specifics on that one.
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Truck defuels at 253F Engine Oil Temp
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Old 07-08-2011, 07:42 PM
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We need a critical data sticky that has all these good little tid bits of data
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