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Ford F-250+ Super Duty repairs by problem area

Engine (39%)

Transmission and Drivetrain (13%)

Brakes and Traction Control (17%)

Suspension and Steering (14%)

Electrical and Air Conditioning (15%)

Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim (2%)

Other (1%)

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Ford F-250+ Super Duty electrical repair cost distribution

$2500+ (0%)

$1000 - $2499 (10%)

$500 - $999 (80%)

$100 - $499 (10%)

< $100 (0%)

Chart based on 10 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.

2006 Ford F-250+ Super Duty

Engine not specified

52000 mi

US $600
Compressor shot. Also had receiver/drier replaced. 

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2005 Ford F-250+ Super Duty

Engine not specified

144000 mi

US $900
Replaced fuel sender. 

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2004 Ford F-250+ Super Duty

Engine not specified

102000 mi

US $25
Blower motor for a/c and heater went out 
135700 mi

US $305
Alternator failed and needed replaced. 
215000 mi

US $158
Replaced faulty starter that was replaced 9 months ago New wiring harness for battery & starter 
122000 mi

US $175
Starter motor failed. Replaced with rebuilt unit. 
99700 mi

US $230
Battery cable had high resistance internally, put extra stress on the starter which failed as well. 
78000 mi

US $120
Failed starter, replaced starter 
119040 mi

C $404
Replaced vehicle security module. Automatic lights, and door locks, not working and door ajar light stayed on even with doors closed. New security module cured the problem. Less than 1 hour labor. 
181000 mi

US $120
Window motor control assembly in drivers-side door went out and windows and locks did not work. Replaced the assembly to rectify the problem. 
95480 mi

C $170
broken wire to fuse box 
60000 mi

US $425
162500 mi No start, battery terminals were corroded. Truck now has full DC to start engine. 
155000 mi

US $300
replaced alternator 

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2002 Ford F-250+ Super Duty

Engine not specified

179000 mi

US $500
The AC started blowing hot air after driving to the desert. The AC would switch between hot air then cool air but never cold. The AC was refilled and checked for leaks 
153000 mi

US $783
A/C compressor wouldn't turn, kept truck from starting. I also had to return to the shop to have the A/C system repaired again because they didn't get one or more of the seals installed correctly. 
185000 mi

US $800
Electrical short in main fuse box, was literally melting any time the key was in the on position. Required replacing fuse panel and trailer system wiring harness. 
204000 mi

US $500
Replace alternator 

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2001 Ford F-250+ Super Duty

Engine not specified

231000 mi

US $125
clock spring failed throwing code 32. 
218500 mi

US $800
New A/C parts to get it back to working. 
104000 mi

US $625
Replaced alternator & battery 
248620 mi

C $230
Remove and replace starter after solenoid failure. 
237000 mi

US $104
AC clutch 

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2001 Ford F-250+ Super Duty 4-door

turbocharged 8-cylinder diesel manual 4WD

120300 mi

US $1000
Alternator failed and was replaced. 

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Ford F-250+ Super Duty Electrical Problems

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