2200 miles on new 2017 F350 Lariat CC. Was towing ~10k lb camper 200 miles to home after a weekend camping and a thud/jerk happened then received "Service Advancetrac" " Hill Start Assist Unavailable" "Hill Descent Control Fault" and "Reduced Engine Power" warning alarms on screen. All yellow in color, nothing red. I was able to get the truck up to 65 mph and barely maintain it but made it home safely. No harnesses seem to be torn on the frame, this is purely a tow vehicle so no off road use at all. No mods, have only changed the oil to full synthetic so far. The truck is running poorly but still runs, takes longer to turnover than normal when starting. Taking it in tomorrow to be serviced at dealership. I wanted to start a thread so it could help someone in the future. I pulled the codes on the OBDII and they say fuel rail A high pressure, crankshaft pressure, manufacturer defect, etc. Other than that it seems to idle just fine, but the DEF solenoid seems to be clicking continuously and when slowing to a stop the engine shutters. After a life with Ford trucks so far, this is my first real issue.