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  • About Worf
    Location
    United States
    Interests
    Motorcycles, dragracing, off roading, shooting, flying on weekends and I am also a HUGE STNG fan
    Occupation
    Owner Sierra Towning and Recovery
    forename
    J
    surname
    Franklin
    Truck Modifications
    Cold Air Intake, Diablo Sport Chip, MSD Ignition, high performance coils and plugs, Edelbrock Intake, Edelbrock heads & Valve Covers, Flowmaster Exhaust, Chrome door handles,Chrome grill guard,chromed gas cap cover, chrome tail lights a spray in bed liner,kenwood CD player american flag with eagle graphic on rear window, rhino light bar,viper alarm system
  • Signature
    1999 Ford F150 Ext Cab 5.4L 4x4

    "Winner best truck 90's Modified"
    2011 Sierra Vista Cars in the Park
    "Winner best truck 90's Modified"
    2010 Sierra Vista Cars in the Park


    -PM me if you need anything-

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  • Last Activity: 07-16-2015 05:01 PM
  • Join Date: 03-08-2010
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  1. Worf
    01-26-2011 07:26 AM - permalink
    that would be my first step
  2. 01-25-2011 07:26 PM - permalink
    No but will tomorrow
  3. Worf
    07-07-2010 08:45 AM - permalink
    P0299 is : Turbocharger/Supercharger "A" Underboost Condition.

    However in order to help you i need to know what truck it is you drive since this code is brand specific in its causes.
  4. 07-06-2010 10:03 AM - permalink
    I was reading a post that was done last month in where a guy had a code that was for a low boost I am having the same issue i was wondering if you could send me info on what it is i might need to do. thanks in advance. the code i got was P0299
  5. 05-27-2010 07:20 PM - permalink
    okay. ready for update? Still cannot get trouble codes. code reader shows link to EEC-IV but will not retrieve codes. replaced the power relay to the eec. still no codes. I found the EEC-IV under driver's side dash. I have removed it and will take to local ford dealership in the morning. If that checks out to be good I have no idea where to go from there. Can you estimate the cost for another computer? just a ball park is what I am looking for. Oh and by the way I still think ford has a better idea. I have a 2003 F150 in the driveway to replace the F250 as my farm truck. Thankjs in advance for any help- joe
  6. 05-26-2010 08:57 PM - permalink
    ref F250 no start.
    I bought a code reader for the ford truck. My neighbor is a mechanic for the city and he has been trying to help me. We followed the manufacturer's suggested procedure and hooked up to read codes. The code reader showed that it was linked to the computer. after 30 minutes it had not received any codes of any kind. we repeated the procedure step by step after checking the ground wire and got the same result.

    I took the relay that says "EEC POWER" loose and it was warm to the touch. Our outdoor temp is still in the high 80's and the relay was warm to my touch- not hot but warmer than I thought it should be.
    I will replace that relay in the morning but can you tell me where the EEC is located? I removed the right kick panel and could not find it anywhere. thanks in advance- joe
  7. Worf
    05-13-2010 04:40 PM - permalink
    I have sent you a email pstanley with your requested information on those DTC's I will also post this information in your thread.
  8. 05-13-2010 01:54 PM - permalink
    here are the codes on my 2007 f250 5.4 liter p0011,p0340.p0022,p0340,p0344 any help would be great.. thanks again worf [email protected]
  9. Worf
    04-07-2010 09:23 AM - permalink
    no problem anytime
  10. cdm2552
    04-06-2010 12:48 AM - permalink
    Thank you sir
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