|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|09-20-2018 10:45 AM|
|MrTommy||I'm a little disappointed in the exhaust brake on my 2016. I had a D-Delerator exhaust brake installed on my old 97 7.3 and it worked a lot better. But there was no Tow/Haul on that old beast either. On my 2016, between the Tow/Haul option and the exhaust brake, I've so far, had no downhill problems. I'm still learning how all this stuff works.|
|09-20-2018 08:43 AM|
Originally Posted by NVERL8 View Post
|08-19-2018 09:45 PM|
I pulled my 5er for the first time toaday.
It was only about a 5 mile pull to the RV shop to get some work done.
First impressions are...I like the way the transmission works in tow/haul. The exhuast brake works better than my 6.0.
Oh yeah....power OMG 😁😁😁
|08-19-2018 07:55 PM|
Originally Posted by DA28 View Post
|07-26-2018 09:15 AM|
Originally Posted by Jerry7111 View Post
@NVERL8 - I don't believe the exhaust brake is aggressive enough to drag the rear wheels in the rain, especially if you are loaded up. Perhaps turning off that brake in the snow/ice would be a good idea!
|07-24-2018 05:31 PM|
@Jerry in Texas 2011 F450 King Ranch dually, 4x4, 62K miles. Original owner.
That's just the way it is, and cannot be changed.
|07-24-2018 05:17 PM|
|Jerry7111||Why does tow/haul turn off every time you kill and restart engine. Jerry in Texas 2011 F450 King Ranch dually, 4x4, 62K miles. Original owner.|
|07-24-2018 06:43 AM|
Yes, just hook up whatever you are pulling, turn on Tow/Haul, and go to work.
Tow/Haul for me even unloaded in heavy traffic. Seems to shift better when stop-n-go is the traffic conditions.
|07-18-2018 01:50 PM|
|NVERL8||I dont use the exaust brake in the rain probably not necessary but just in case I dont want rear wheels to slip....|