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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-28-2013, 02:32 PM Thread Starter
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6.7 engine noise

My 2013 f350 has been sounding louder than normal for a couple days, rattling at an idle. It seems to be lacking a bit of power an now I got an engine light. I'm unable to get in into the dealer till next Friday. Just wondering if anyone else has had this issue.
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You are the first that I have seen here with a 6.7L. Not sure if you'll get much response from us. I'm also a member thedieselstop.com...a great site for Ford diesel truck owners. Have a look there, if you haven't already. Good luck.


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6.7 engine noise

Sounds like a piston rod?!?!

What's your previous maintenance like?
Spot on oil changes? Go over? Where do have you got them done?


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I ran the codes got "offset learning min pressure" for injectors 5,7,8. Also got a low fuel pressure code. Filters? Maybe run some conditioner? Anyone with knowledge of this I'd sure like to know more.
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I think changing fuel filters would definitely be a logical start. If the newer trucks are anything like my 6.0L, stick with factory filters (oil and fuel). I'd change filters only, then drive it and see what happens. That way you know what change helps.


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