Last post on Jan 25, 2011 at 3:43 PM
You are in the Ford F-Series
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Ford F-150, Ford F-350, Ford F-250, Truck
#67 of 71 Re: How can I program the keyless entry pad? [hd82]
Jul 15, 2009 (10:41 am)
If your dealer is nice, likes you, or you know someone there, they'll help you out. Otherwise, this is a service they provide for a fee, and personally, I'll pay $80 for the convience of using the keypad, and have done so, anytime. In fact, I'm pretty sure I paid $100 for the code once.
Hell, $80 won't fill the tank on these trucks, don't be so cheap! You're talking one tank of gas.
#68 of 71 Re: 1994 F150 Fuel system questions [wpalkowski]
Nov 22, 2009 (6:23 am)
Ihave a 94 with the same problem.I bought the truck it had been sitting for a while.It had water in the fuel system.I changed the back pump and got the truck running.When I change to back to front it pours gas into the front.My truckj has a 6 port valve that controls the gas.When Im driving on the front tank at times its running rough as if its running out of gas.I switch to the bank tank it runs better.Is this a result of the 6 port valve misfunctioning?Ive had a no. of issues with this truck.The water in the tank went into the oil.I changed the oil 3 times.Changed a vacumm canister and hoses,plugs and wires,injecter in the first cylender,fuel filter, as well as the fuel punp just to get it running.Someone told me to change the oxygen sensor,will that help?How much does a fuel system problem like this cost to fix?
#69 of 71 Front lights cluster bezel
Jan 14, 2010 (9:00 am)
How do you remove it to get to the bulbs???
#70 of 71 1995 7.3L
Nov 05, 2010 (10:55 pm)
Its has happened to me twice now. I go to start my truck and the starter clicks as if to start the truck and I loss all power, nada, 0. No lights, radio nothing. Disconnect both batteries wait a few minutes reconnect the batteries and the truck will start.. Any thoughts
#71 of 71 Re: 1995 7.3L [ford73]
Jan 25, 2011 (3:43 pm)
Bet you have a loose ground somewhere. Check the negative cables where they connect to the engine. Tighten the all up. May be the problem.