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Old 01-28-2009, 07:24 AM
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***Got the updated programming...truck won't run now***

Got the new programming about a week ago.

I've had several check engine light comes on but after driving the hell out of the thing, it goes off and the truck goes back to normal.

Today, start it with command start, and running fine. When I put it in gear, the check engine light comes on and it is obviously in limp mode. Now it won;t even run.
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Old 01-28-2009, 07:35 AM
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Ok first off what programming? Ford's, Spartan's, SCT's???????
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It's the Ford reprogramming (as in the new recall). It had the original Job 1 programming when it went in last week
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It's the Ford reprogramming (as in the new recall). It had the original Job 1 programming when it went in last week
Any mod's done????
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It's the Ford reprogramming (as in the new recall). It had the original Job 1 programming when it went in last week
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Any mod's done????
Exactly what Tinman said if you have any mods, what are they? Did you read any of the DTC's?
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Old 01-28-2009, 08:10 AM
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no mods...other than a slip tank. I don't have a code reader with me
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no mods...other than a slip tank. I don't have a code reader with me
Not that this is any help to ya, but you have to get the codes read before anyone can help. See if you can find a buddy or a parts shop with a codes reader you can use.
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Ya I kinda figured that, but was hoping there was someway to reset as it seems like it's related to Ford's new dpf programming. I diconnected the batteries a couple of times, but there is no change in what the truck is doing.
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Ya I kinda figured that, but was hoping there was someway to reset as it seems like it's related to Ford's new dpf programming. I diconnected the batteries a couple of times, but there is no change in what the truck is doing.
There is a possibility that you might have the Ford programming with the virus, sorry to say, but the good news is that it should all be covered under warranty, especially if Ford did the flashing
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I'm just on the phone fighting with them now.

they want to take it to the nearest dealer which is a 3 week wait for service, vs haul it a little further and get it in tomorrow.

I might just take the phone and radio out and set it on fire. Thanks for the help guys, I'll keep you posted once it's in somewhere
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