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Old 08-02-2009, 07:34 AM
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HELP!!! 09 F350 1864 miles, a week old.....

Ok, Im not a NEWB to Ford Diesels, but I am a NEWB to this forum and to my 09 F350 XLT Lariat 4 Door, Long bed 4X4 Dually diesel. 1864 Miles.

Purchased the truck a week ago, and noticed that the "Cleaning Exaust Filter" light came on what seems all the time. This morning at 3 am while driving the little dash screen says to "Pull Over and find a place to stop now." Once I did pull over on an offramp and put the truck into "Park" the engine immediatly cut off and wouldn't even respond to any attempt of a restart. All the lights came on like it would be on a normal start up, but no juice to the starter.

After about an hour, the truck would finally turn over but not fire. We let the truck sit for 5 more hours and it will still only turn over and not fire.

The Wrench Symbol appears on the dash LCD screen now.

Any ideas?

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Old 08-02-2009, 07:58 AM
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Also, the book says it could also be a driveline related issue. Any ideas??
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Hey bud post this in the 911 forum. You will get help faster most likely Oh and Welcome to the Addiction!
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Old 08-02-2009, 07:02 PM
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Big Dave,
My 08 250 did the same thing, overheated the DPF and shut down, wouldnt crank till it cooled, 2 hrs, the the wrench light showed on the dash. Was able to get it started by cranking it over with the pedal to the floor, but would only run in limp mode. Dealer replaced the EGR valve and housing and c\leared up the problem. Traded the truck off with 45k mikes on a new 09 F350 no problems so far.

Brian Brooks
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Problem diagnosed.......

EGR Failure, DPF Failure, mutiple exaust system sensor failures, Possible ICM/CPU failures(TBD by dealership).

Will keep you all posted
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Old 08-05-2009, 06:00 AM
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Update

Dealership replaced the DPF, ICM, CPU, several exaust sensors, Egr valve and EGR Radiator.

Dealership also made sure that the recall for faulty radiator clamps were inspected and replaced if needed to as well. That part of the truck was fine.

Drove the truck 150 miles yesterday towing a 99 F250 4 door short bed 7.3L 4X4 to my buddies house on a car hauler trailer and everything worked rather well.
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Cool deal Glad you got her fixed!
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DAMN! That's a LOT of stuff replaced on a new truck! That would piss me off in a big way.
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DAMN! That's a LOT of stuff replaced on a new truck! That would piss me off in a big way.
Well its fixed, just pissed me off that the Service Tech said that it was all my fault and it all could have been avoided if I drove the truck properly. but its all fixed now, and here soon a few things will be happening.
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Well its fixed, just pissed me off that the Service Tech said that it was all my fault and it all could have been avoided if I drove the truck properly. but its all fixed now, and here soon a few things will be happening.
Holy crap-he really said that? Man that would have riled me up!!

Glad you are back in business.
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