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Old 01-24-2010, 01:40 PM
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P0404 and P1335 EGR? Is this an easy or expensive fix?

2008 F250 4x4 King Ranch
Driving along, empty under no load and the engine light comes on. Stopped by an Auto Zone about 20 minutes later and had them read the codes for me:


P0404 and P1335 - Anyone dealt with this? Was it something easy? Something hard? Something that is a dealer must do?
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Is your truck not under warranty anymore?
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Old 01-24-2010, 02:16 PM
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Is your truck not under warranty anymore?
49,200 miles on it. I wasn't sure if the dealer would try and say this was not a warranty issue or not (I have never had good dealings with any dealer ever on warranty issues!)
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Old 01-24-2010, 02:21 PM
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I would definately take it in if its under warranty. Make them fix it. If its anything engine related they shouldn't give you a hard time about it. Only if you had a ton of mods might they say something.
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I would definately take it in if its under warranty. Make them fix it. If its anything engine related they shouldn't give you a hard time about it. Only if you had a ton of mods might they say something.
My mods include nothing to the engine
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Old 01-24-2010, 02:31 PM
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Well then you should be all set.
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EGR valve covered under emissions defect coverage or diesel engine coverage.
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Old 01-26-2010, 03:03 AM
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So I am sporting a rental car while they wait on the parts to come in (or take them off something new that is not in use!). The mechanic broke the special tool on the first try at getting it out, then broke the housing on the 2nd try! He used penetrating spray and lots of patience (he has done this several times on +08s) and still got both possibilities I read about - Glad its under warranty and glad it was someone else other than me fighting with the damn thing!
Hopefully I will be back in my truck (and out of this minivan!) by weeks end!
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Patience? Pffft.... AIR HAMMER.
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gotta love them minivans!
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