They cut and programed the new key to the truck and I've never had a problem until today. This sensor will cause the fault and will also cause other issues like no reverse lights or showing correct gear selected. Dec 14, 2009 Yes, you are right,it will still crank with a bad fuel pump. The day before I got into my vehicle after it warmed up then put it into perverse and it did not go into reverse at all or drive. The failure mileage was 68,000.
It will be fine for a few days and then start acting up again. Awesome i am glad that fixed your truck, it is a great feeling for sure. Were there any applicable trouble codes? Luckily the power wires for the window regulator and door switch had not shorted out despite the copper being exposed. You should contact the nearest dealer with your vin number to get any open recalls done. This happens about every 10 minutes of driving.
The contact pulled over and restarted the vehicle. I believe this is due to an electrical short in the rear window defroster circuit, I have since removed the fuse for the rear window defroster which disables my mirror heaters. Engine light came on, went back off. The fuel pressure you listed may have been the initial prime. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. It also prevents warning chimes, messages, and lights from operating. Did it another time when I got it in and from a cold start, put it in drive and it wouldn't shift out of 1st gear.
Do you have a second key handy to try? The temp today was in the 20s here in western maryland. It's gotten worse, since then going around curves or making turns it takes full strength to make the turn. The failure mileage was 136,000. Does the message go away when you remove the non-factory key and go back to using the factory key? I have since read that some vehicles are being recalled - but didn't see mine. In two weeks this problem lasted for about 10 minutes on one occasion; and from my morning commute 25min to my evening commute 25min on another.
The fuel pump relay to the fuel inertia switch The fuel inertia switch to the fuel pump itself. I'm sure if this happened when traveling at a high speed it could cause any injury. This has happened on several occasions. The parts to do the repair were unavailable. If I remote start it, it starts fine with no start fault. So this looks like they used cheap wire with insulation that is not rated for the number of bend cycles a door goes through. The fuel pump is powered : the fuse to the fuel pump relay.
I recently received a recall notice 19S07 which is for programming the oss sensor. This just happened to me today when I went to leave work. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. Turning traction control off has no effect on it. When I touched the harness where it goes from the door to the body in the door jam the speaker started working.
The steering wheel is locked in place with only 15-20 degrees worth of 'play'. Of course I didn't see it until I started looking around trying to figure out why my truck wouldn't start. The vehicle was not repaired. I believe Ford should reimburse me for the lead frame, connector, automatic transmission fluid, and the speed sensor. The manufacturer was notified of the failure.
Didn't matter what I did as far as trying to get it started, I turned it off, took the key out for a bit, etc etc and couldn't get it to start. Everything was still wrapped in factory harness wrap, and when I exposed the wires, the speaker wires were severed and most of the wires in the bundle had cracked insulation. Thx Programming Keys for 2011 Model Year Super Duty The 2011 Super Duty is the first Ford vehicle released with a new key strategy. This system is faulty and dangerous. The dealer had not diagnosed or repaired the vehicle. Maybe you can do the same? Not only on this 2011 F150, but various other Ford models and years of manufacture.
I'm going to take it into the dealer Friday and see what they say. This could lead to not being able to unlock the door, not being able to roll down the window in an emergency, or even a fire if the power wires shorted out. There should be a recall before someone is hurt. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The dealer and manufacturer were not notified. This recall should be expanded to cover all electric power steering vehicles. I will look into it and report back if I find anything further.