Join Date: Apr 1999
Location: Justin,Texas, Republic of TEXAS (USA)
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Did the fan cycle while the PIDS for temps from those things were monitored? Chafed wires are common on super duties, well any vehicle with wires used in dirty environment--SDs have no exclusive on chafed wires, and sensor signal wires getting resistive connections to ground look like high temps. The temp sensors have resistance to ground that gets less resistance as temp goes up. A wire with worn insulation that gets pulled against some piece of engine or chassis metal will often not be a 0 ohm reading but will be 100, 250, 500 ohms depending on the dirt and oil and cleanliness of contacted metal. There is no fault code set for these problems until they get to be a direct short that makes the input signal go out of the plausible range.
2015 F350 Platinum Max Tow What a beast with the 4.30 gears!
2006 F450 CC Hauler bed 4x2 6.0 L 6.0 auto, Lariat, 4.30 r/a, SCT, 4in exh. 103K New heads to repair diesel in coolant, 148K.
2006 F350 Lariat CC Dually 4X2, 6.0 auto 4.10 LS, SCT, airbags, 4 in. exh. 154K Rebuilt engine to repair damage from burned piston. One head to fix fuel in oil problem.
36 feet on the floor Elite/Outlaw LQ horse trailer.
35+5 foot double tandem axle flatbed trailer.
36 foot double tandem axle flatbed trailer
36 foot Platinum 6 horse LQ, side load, full width back tack
2003 EB Expedition 171K (no engine repairs, gas burners are the new longevity leaders)
2004 Volvo V70R AWD-high miler in fleet, 253K (no engine repairs) Hail totaled it but I kept it. Looks like a golf ball now.
Suzuki Carry KEI truck, 660cc 3 cyl DOHC EFI 4X4 5 speed RHD. Sort of a Smart Car sized pickup. Eats Gators and Mules for lunch.