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CEL Light On 60 Seconds Later Dies.

2011 F-550 6.7 4x4 bucket truck all stock( new motor at 46,500 miles) ( valves cracked i think i have some pics somewhere if someone wants me to dig some up)
Anyways i got the service call driver said truck will not start. First i was thinking the obvious checked batteries and everything was good. truck would not do anything all electrical would work fine. Then Driver informend me that there was a CEL light on and it said "Pull Over Slowly" or something of that nature. I went in my service truck and grabbed my scanner but the newest i could talk to was a 2010 . So i was out of luck , let me mind you it was when the cold front blew through and it was raining and i was on I-35 North bound.. that is not a good combo there!! So I called a tow truck to come and hook it i didnt want to get hit or cause a wreck luckily nothing happen.. FF a bit.. once i got it back to the shop it fired right up i Figured i would replace the Exhaust Gas Temp Sensors i didnt have a scanner so i went ahead and replace all four of them( I cant recall the exact price but all for were under $200 bucks) Sprayed them with some good foaming penentrant oil and 13mm wrench all came out easily Truck fired right up runs fine now Thought this would be some good infoto pass along!

Two- 7.3L



Two -6.7L
(one having a new motor installed at 47k

All stock no upgrades or mods
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