Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: casar n.c.
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Ford actually makes a spray lube for this problem. Not sure about the name but a google search should tell ya about it. I saw it several weeks ago when i had the same issue. I used grease on mine and have had good results. The graphite will work great til it rains or give your truck a bath. I'm not saying that lube is the correct fix for the issue but 1. we are talking about a truck with a few years on it and not a new one. 2. lube (assuming it fixes your issue) is a whole lot cheaper than new regulators, motors, tracks, felts and belt moldings...which is probably the parts list that it will take to completely fix the problem. 3. the worst side effect of the lube is that you may find it a bit messy if your not careful with the application. I'm all for a cheapo fix if its a good fix!
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94.5 psd, 310,000,
ts chip, homemade cai,
3in dp 5in exhaust, 265/75/16 tires,
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98.5 psd, 245,000, new a/t, banks gauges, 06 interior, 4 inch exhaust 5 inch tip, the truck is red
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2004 F-250 6.0 4wd, auto...and get this, 356,000miles on og engine/trans! Stock for now...