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Hill descent fault, reduce engine power

On my way to Laredo to the deer lease and about 100 miles out my truck looses all power and says reduced power and hill descent fault and service traction control. I drove it 100 miles at 35-40 mph to ford dealer in Laredo. Talked to the service department today and they tell me it keeps blowing a fuse that controls the DEF fluid pump. Lucky me some of the other guys at the deer lease are from Houston, so I am hitching a ride with them. Dealer ship was no help with a loaner car and none of the rental car places have any cars until Monday.
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Dealer replaced the DEF pump, truck is back and running great.
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glad to hear it was an easy-ish fix!

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