04-08: How's Your Truck Holding Up?

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by ak_cowboy, Jan 23, 2014.

Problems

  1. Engine

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  2. Transmission

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  3. Body

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  4. Electrical

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  5. Love the Truck

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  6. Hate the Truck

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  1. cowboy

    cowboy Sheriff

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    Pretty good sitting in the back yard waiting.
     
  2. Bdons-SD

    Bdons-SD Anti spark plug!

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    I just did mine on the expedition, they aren't as bad as everyone says. Just have that removal tool handy.


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  3. Bee89

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    That's exactly why I haven't done it yet. Definitely getting the removal tool first !


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  4. iowaredneck

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    Waiting on what?
     
  5. cowboy

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    Time and money. I let it sit too long and most of the seals and gaskets are bad now.
     
  6. iowaredneck

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    Bummer
     
  7. cowboy

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    Yeah...
     
  8. gruesomesurfer

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    Truck is doing fine so far

    2002 Ford F-150 King Ranch Crew Cab 4WD SB

    Replaced aircon compressor
    Ball joint replacement
     
  9. f3cbboy

    f3cbboy Junior Member

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    2005 f150 xlt

    bought it in 06 with 13000 miles. its got about 106000.

    main window switch 2x
    blower resistor
    rear axle seals
    brakes and oil

    i'll do the plugs and boots in july 15

    its keeps starting so ill keep drivin it!

    replaced alternator and idler pulley. pulley failed then alternator was overcharged
     
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  10. jimmymjr

    jimmymjr Junior Member

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    New plugs
    4 coils
    Seal on rear cab light
    Trailer plug power relay
    A tail light or two
    Belt
    Alternator
    That's about it.
    It sounds like a sewing machine on cold start up I'll need to fix that sooner or later I guess. I've had good luck with it.



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