The last couple of bolts will have to be remover with one hand while you hold the pan up with the other. I checked the fuel milage and its doing better than I thought, 19 per gallon. Buy your next used motor from our qualified dismantlers, junkyards and used engines dealers. Even though the truck had 62,000 miles, it had just gone over 5 years old. . The consumer stated there was no indication that the truck was losing power.
On July 29,2006, 16,000 miles , truck began to lose power on hills in tow mode 5,500 lbs. It had to be towed off an interstate bridge, to side of road out of way where afterwards consumer called Ford. We stopped and restarted the engine and it started running normally. My vehicle was originally in fleet service. I did find reference to a recall Ford recall no.
Needless to say the ride is harsh and the gas mileage pretty bad, but that was to be expected. Then they took the employee's truck and attached my trailer for a test drive. Required replacement of erg valve and cooler, and replacement of air turbo charger covered by extended warranty purchase. The failure mileage was 61000 and the current mileage was 62000. The inside smells of smoke but I new this before purchase. The engine rpm increases,the accelerator is almost to the floor, the truck begins to slow down as if there is slipping in the driveline. They have installed data recorders twice and replaced the engine oil cooler.
This occurred at 24,500 miles. The vehicle was towed to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the fuel injection control module and injection control pressure needed to be replaced. Next have a team of trained chimpanzees 5 bananas an hour is the new wage scale for these guy … s remove the filter. The loss of power symptoms have occurred approximately 30 to 50 times since it began at the 16000 mile point, on July 29. I had no steering when the truck engine stalled suddenly and had trouble getting it stopped. The contact owns a 2005 Ford F-250. It stalled and started billowing white smoke from the exhaust.
The dealer advised they were aware of the failure however; the contact would be responsible for any repairs. The problems were still there. The consumer took the vehicle to the dealer and the dealer stated there were no indicators while performing test on the truck. Then drive to Texas and park under a newly fractured oil well and let the new oil rain into the engine. The contact took the vehicle to a private mechanic and was informed of a recall for the same year, make, and model vehicle.
Please make sure to read the engine description below and in particular match the engine size with your vehicle's motor specifications. I had to wrestle with the truck to get it stopped and pulled over to the side of the road. When sitting idle, the smell was overwhelming. Again on the drive home I lost the turbo. On 2 occasions on the interstate, I barely avoided a catastrophic collision with 18-wheelers because my truck lost power going up a hill and the semi directly behind me kept his power on since I did not show any brake lights when I slowed, he almost took the corner off my trailer.
The truck has been in the shop for diagnosis and repair 14 times. No warning lights illuminated at the time. The failure mileage was 60,000 and the current mileage was 124,702. The vehicle began smoking and is not operational. The failure mileage was 115,000 and the current mileage was 121,000.
The contact stated that the engine would not start. It had to be replaced at the dealership, columbia Ford, ct the next day. Was not able to restart vehicle. It is replacing a 1981 F250 that is getting tired. We carry an extensive inventory of used, overstock and surplus engines for all 2005 Ford F-250 Super Duty applications including gasoline and diesel engines. The failure would persist whether driving or sitting idle.