20 Most Recent 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab Questions & Answers


sounds like the problem is in the valving in the steering box. You may have to get a new steering box. i would get it checked.

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on Oct 02, 2018


turn you key on but don't crank engine you should hear a grunt GRrrrr that is the pump! no grrrr unt no pump!

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on Sep 30, 2018


the speedo is activated by the VSS in the transmission
check wires and that unit

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on Dec 13, 2017


oil in a radiator indicates that the transmission oil cooler in the radiator tank has failed and leaking transmission oil into the radiator
there are 2 possible fixes
fix one is a new radiator
fix 2 is to give the radiator oil cooler a miss altogether and opt foe an air cooler mounted in front of the radiator
the advantages here are that the radiator then has a bigger capacity to handle the engine heat as there is no hot transmission oil adding to the engine heat
the second advantage is that the transmission oil is being cooled to ambient temp and not engine temp which makes for longer transmission oil life
the disadvantage is that it cost a bit more than a radiator initially but the long term savings are real
oil to air oil coolers are available from auto transmission shops and quality auto spares shops

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


Check fir worn cv axles some times when off the gas will makes noise as will bad wheel bearings both easy to check... But possibly based on miles uout transfer case may be worn or need service.. Front end work can often rid if these odd noises.. 2001 not that old would chrck for codes see if input, output sensors on trans ot transfer case needs service.. Many time can take sensor out remove metal shavings as the sensor most of the time is manget as things wear dowm sensors sometimes dont respond as they should.. But take look at axles if there play due to age the may hum whem coasting... Check blog got common problems to your vehicle they all seem to have samr general problems with age.. From make to model see what others but be careful with YouTube has more not too do s

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on Nov 04, 2017


Front CV joint noise.

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on Sep 28, 2017


all trans.codes check harness going to trans and o2 sensors sounds pinched

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on Sep 23, 2017


faulty starter relay in the engine bay. should click when you turn key but if its melted into place it will keep the engine running.

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on Aug 04, 2017


i got new pcm to ???? Was it programmed ? Dealer ! checked senors 5 an 7 are the ones that ive found to be the promblem ?????????? What are sensors 5 & 7 ? 2000 PCED On Board Diagnostics II SECTION 5: Pinpoint Tests Procedure revision date: 01/07/2003 A: No Start A: Introduction A1 CHECK PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM (SECURILOCK)
    Note: This vehicle may have an anti-theft system, which may be activated, causing the no start condition. Verify by viewing anti-theft indicator light on instrument panel or a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC P1260) may be present.
  • Verify anti-theft system.
Is the system activated?
Yes No REFER to Electrical Anti-Theft, Section 419-01 in the Workshop Manual for diagnosis and testing. GO to A2 . A2 ATTEMPT TO CRANK ENGINE
    NOTE: Verify inertia fuel shutoff (IFS) switch is set (button pushed in). Refer to Owner Guide for location. Does engine crank?
    Yes No GO to A3 . REFER to the Starting Systems, Section 303-06 in the Workshop Manual. A3 IDENTIFY TYPE OF NO START
      NOTE: The purpose of this Test Step is to identify intermittent No Starts in order to guide the technician to the proper repair procedure. Does the vehicle start now?
      Yes No Vehicle is an intermittent No Start. GO to Z2 . Natural gas vehicles:

      KEY OFF. GO to HA47 .

      All others:

      KEY OFF. GO to A4 . A4 CHECK VREF VOLTAGE TO THROTTLE POSITION (TP) SENSOR
      • Disconnect TP sensor.
      • Key on, engine off.
      • Measure voltage between VREF and SIG RTN circuit at the TP sensor harness connector. GO to Pinpoint Test DH to refer to the schematic.
      Is voltage between 4.0 and 6.0 volts?
      Yes No KEY OFF. RECONNECT TP sensor. GO to A5 . KEY OFF. GO to C1 . A5 CHECK FEPS CIRCUIT FOR SHORT TO POWER IN HARNESS
      • Key on, engine off.
      • Measure voltage between Pin 13 at the data link connector and battery negative post.
      • (Refer to the Wiring Diagrams for connector location.)
      Is voltage greater than 9.0 volts?
      Yes No REPAIR short to power. For coil-on-plug vehicles:

      KEY OFF. GO to A17 .

      All others:

      KEY OFF. GO to A6 . A6 CHECK PIP IN THE PCM
        Note: The scan tool must be connected to a reliable power source that is powered with the key in the START position (such as directly to the vehicle battery). Also verify that the vehicle battery is fully charged.
      • Access PIP PID.
      • While viewing the PIP PID, crank engine.
      Is the PIP PID switching on and off?
      Yes No KEY OFF.

      For 2L engines : GO to JD1 .

      For all others : GO to JB1 .

      If OK: Natural Gas Vehicles : GO to A9 .

      If returning from another pinpoint test or all others:

      GO to A7 . KEY OFF. GO to JD1 . A7 CHECK FUEL PRESSURE
        WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING OR REPLACING ANY COMPONENTS IN THE FUEL SYSTEM, REDUCE THE POSSIBILITY OF INJURY OR FIRE BY FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS IN PINPOINT TEST HC WARNING, CAUTION, AND HANDLING.
      • Release the fuel pressure.
      • Install fuel pressure tester.
      • Scan Tool connected.
      • Key on, engine off.
      • Enter Output Test Mode (refer to Section 2 ) and run the fuel pump to obtain maximum fuel pressure.
      Is fuel pressure at the specified pressure (use the fuel pressure chart in Pinpoint Test HC)?
      Yes No GO to A8 . KEY OFF. GO to HC1 . A8 CHECK FUEL PRESSURE LEAKDOWN
      • GO to Pinpoint Test HC and observe WARNING, CAUTION AND HANDLING.
      • Fuel pressure tester installed.
      • Scan Tool connected.
      • Key on, engine off.
      • Access Output Test Mode and run fuel pump to obtain maximum fuel pressure.
      • Exit Output Test Mode.
      • Verify fuel pressure remains within 34 kPa (5 psi) of the maximum pressure for 1 minute after turning pump off.
      Does fuel pressure remain within 34 kPa (5 psi)?
      Yes No KEY OFF. GO to A9 . KEY OFF. GO to HC1 . A9 CHECK FUEL INJECTORS FOR VPWR
        Note: Check at least two fuel injectors, one on each bank. A no start condition can exist only if greater than 50% of the fuel injectors are without VPWR.
      • Disconnect any two fuel injectors.
      • Key on.
      • Measure VPWR circuit voltage at fuel injector harness connector.
      Is voltage greater than 10.5 volts?
      Yes No Natural Gas Vehicles:

      GO to A15 .

      KEY OFF. GO to A10 . REPAIR VPWR circuit. A10 CHECK FUEL INJECTORS ABILITY TO DELIVER FUEL
      • Connect fuel pressure gauge to Schrader valve.
      • Cycle key several times.
      • Locate and disconnect the inertia fuel shutoff (IFS) switch.
      • Monitor pressure gauge while cranking the engine for at least five seconds.
      Is there a pressure drop greater than 34 kPa (5 psi) while cranking the engine?
      Yes No The electronic engine control system is not the cause of the no start. RETURN to Section 3 , Symptom Chart for further diagnosis. REPLACE PCM (refer to Section 2, Flash Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM) ). A15 CHECK FUEL PRESSURE ON NATURAL GAS VEHICLES
      • Connect scan tool to DLC.
      • Access FRP PID (fuel pressure).
      • Record fuel pressure.
      • Connect fuel pressure gauge to Schrader valve.
      • Key on, engine off.
      • Record fuel pressure.
      Is fuel pressure between 552 and 827 kPa (80 and 120 psi) on the Scan Tool and fuel pressure gauge?
      Yes No KEY OFF. GO to A16 . KEY OFF. GO to Fuel Systems, GO to HB1 . A16 CHECK INJECTOR SIGNAL FROM NGV MODULE
        Note: This test requires a standard 12 volt test lamp. A properly operating system will show a dim glow.
      • Connect test lamp between the injector signal circuit and VPWR circuit pin at the injector harness.
      • Crank engine.
      Does test lamp have a dim glow while cranking?
      Yes No REPLACE PCM (refer to Section 2, Flash Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM) ). GO to A6 . No light or continuously bright light.GO to HA47 . A17 CHECK PCM DRIVER TO COILS
      • Connect incandescent test lamp between B+ and each coil driver circuit at the harness connector.
      • Crank engine.
      Does lamp blink consistently and brightly (one blink per engine revolution)?
      Yes No KEY OFF. GO to A7 . KEY OFF. GO to JD1 .

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on Jun 06, 2017


2001 Ford Truck F250 Super Duty P/U 4WD 5.4L EFI 8cyl the Flasher is located front seating area, driver side, behind left hand side of instrument panel, on fuse panel. Check the FUSE PANEL...

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Also can check this and other details in your 2001 Ford F-250 - Owners Manual. (page 172 and next).

Good luck (remember rated this help).

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on May 20, 2017


make sure the cables are both good if they have a spot that feels flimsy the wires inside are likely corroded and the current is not running through it properly. a simple charging system check would be recommended.

2001 Ford F250... | Answered on May 04, 2017

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