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RE: 2013 F-150 Ecoboost 3.5 problems

My 2015 did something similar. Ended up changing the throttle position sensor. At 1st Ford wouldn't find a code. My Scan Gauge showed some sort of pending code (not sure what that kind is called). Once I told Ford that they said we found the problem and fixed under warranty. On another note, I had an engine overheat code, turned out to be a bad temperature sensor. Not warranty and 3 hours labour to change the sensor.
bdhoun 04/27/17 07:46pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Lab Work in Canada

Maybe check with your out of country medical insurance provider. I know my father was having his inr checked in Florida while he was snowbirding. I'm sure you can do the opposite.
bdhoun 02/17/17 04:45pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Newbie: Mirrors/cameras for truck/trailer?

I used the CIPA slip on mirrors on my '06 F150 for 8 years with no issues. When I bought my new F150 I opted for the Ford tow mirrors. Much better, if money is an issue the cipa's worked fine
bdhoun 01/27/17 06:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: Grease on the ball?

I always use lithium grease on mine
bdhoun 09/09/16 07:46pm Travel Trailers
plumbing leaks in outdoor kitchen

We have a '16 257BHS with an outdoor kitchen. The cabinet that the sink is in slides out about 2 feet. I notice that the flexible hose fittings connecting to the faucet water supplies become loose when sliding in and out due to the flex in the hoses causing rotation of the hose nutshttp://i.imgur.com/dZnmVgIl.jpg "border=0" http://bit.ly/1CIRlV8. Do you think thread locktite might solve the issue with the fittings loosening? Also, the sink drain also has a flexible line going to the abs fittings for the grey water connection. I found the hose had pulled out at the fitting aqain due to the flex when sliding in and outhttp://i.imgur.com/PdwhqFfl.jpg "border=0" http://bit.ly/1CIRlV8. I am looking for a more robust connection at both the p-trap and the abs hard line instead of the sliding fitting with lock nut found on normal sink drains. Any suggestions?
bdhoun 09/05/16 02:08pm Travel Trailers
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