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    Quote Originally Posted by releventchair View Post
    Sound logic X-ray...

    Ford has many non recalled problems ,and plenty without even a service bulletin. Probably all makers do.

    Ford forums have answered multiple problems with my 08.
    Problems that speak volumes about quality issues in design and in engineering.
    The brutal reality? If you get 5 years out of a truck ,Ford is impressed with themselves.
    I like my truck.
    Will not continue the long run of Ford ownership( 4) next truck though.


    http:// http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&redir_esc=&client=tablet-android-asus&source=android-launcher-search&v=141278776&qsubts=1510002904067&q=2011+for d+f-+150+throttle+quit+responding

    http:// http://www.google.com/search?client=tablet-android-asus&hl=en&source=android-launcher-search&v=141278776&q=2011+ford+f150+transmission+s hifting+randomly&spell=1&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwik1Ovasqv XAhWKMyYKHUWAAKsQvwUIGSgA&biw=1280&bih=800
    Your links seem to be dead


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    First, I'm sorry to hear about your truck. One thing comes to mind, is the part available at a junk yard? I have done very well at junk yards over time. If it's part of the transmission itself, as I am not familiar with the part, you might have to get a transmission. My Chevy Equinox did the lights all over the place thing, its a 2009. 145k miles now. It was a wheel sensor, cost $450 and fixed the problem. I took it to a private shop I trust.

    If the truck gets to be too much of a headache, it maybe time for it to go, what is the mileage? I had a Dodge Shadow once, put 333,000 miles on the poor thing before I gave it to a relative to play demolition derby with. It was so old it creaked going around a corner.

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    I have a 2011 f150 3..7 litre , After the warrenty expired, I replaced,the belts,coolent tank {water pump,starter, at 163thous.miles}.My computer does act up sometimes. I purchased the truck new with 7 miles on it. My engine light is currently on,but I ignore it,as everything else works.Sopmtimes the low oil light comes on,I refill,and it still acts up.
    Their is a button on the steering wheel colum that can be used to set the gas peddal fixed,so you dont have to put your foot on it.Re-pressing the button re-leases the gas peddal to normal use. Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselram94 View Post
    Your links seem to be dead


    Sent from a spun out toilet paper tube (one ply)!!!
    Course not ,they are Ford links!

    They work for me. When I edited them with one http removed they worked yesterday. Not sure why it shows two http's before each link now ,but should only be one before each..
    Last edited by releventchair; Nov 07, 2017 at 03:32 PM.
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    I've just about said screwit. I drove it to town this morning to vote. It got me home. I'll drive it until it leaves me hitchhiking.

    I've been considering junk yards for weeks now. Trouble is, I'd have to buy the transmission assembly to pull the part off it. I've already spent a grand on fixing it, and ain't going to spend no more!

    I've the V-6 with the 6R80 6 speed transmission. They advertise much higher mileage than the 15 mpg I average. My next truck won't be a Ford.

    Edit: I've been all over the Ford forums. They have quite a few victims without a fix from Ford.
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    Too bad to hear about the Ford issue. Fords are awesome vehicles but these unexpected issues on new trucks are big drawback. We've just finished installing the eagle wheels and 33" tires on a 1996 Ram diesel project, surprised how well it perform at some rock crawling. Closing to 350k miles and still runs like a champ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrowR View Post
    Too bad to hear about the Ford issue. Fords are awesome vehicles but these unexpected issues on new trucks are big drawback. We've just finished installing the eagle wheels and 33" tires on a 1996 Ram diesel project, surprised how well it perform at some rock crawling. Closing to 350k miles and still runs like a champ.
    Second generation Ram diesels are the best built, most durable and awesome combination of bulletproof parts ever factory assembled!!! Especially the twelve valves!!!

    These are pics of mine when I cut it in half to switch from regular cab to extra cab! I love my truck!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselram94 View Post
    Second generation Ram diesels are the best built, most durable and awesome combination of bulletproof parts ever factory assembled!!! Especially the twelve valves!!!

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    Sent from a spun out toilet paper tube (one ply)!!!
    Those are awesome projects, man! Nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrowR View Post
    Those are awesome projects, man! Nice
    Thanks!! I am happy every time I drive my truck. Those old Dodges are the best!


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    On the part I needed, I was all over eBay, didn't work.

    My friends in Detroit found a dealership which verified they had the part in stock. So you're darned tootin I called them, even sent e-mails - non-responsive.

    Then out of the blue this morning the dealership that verified my issue called me and said they have the part in now. I was on the run and forgot to verify the part number - but they're the ones who originally diagnosed me. I've an 0800 appointment Tuesday the 28th to have the work done.

    And I also have a copy of the 16N02 bulletin which covers me up to 10 years & 150k miles to have it replaced at no cost. The work involves going into the transmission, so if I had to pay for it I'd be stuck with $1200 - $1600 which would be a very bitter pill.
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    Today Nelson Ford, my local dealership in Martinsville installed a replacement lead frame connector at no charge. I've only driven it home thus far and it works normally. I'd contacted friends in Detroit about this, and Nelson Ford received it with instructions to install it on my truck - though they had 8 others on their list for the replacement.

    It pays to spread the news sometimes.
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