I think my header in my 2006 f350 went. What else could be the problem. My friends twll me that it could be an easy fix. When ever I got to turn the key all my warning lights start flashing.
Ok, Hunter, when you turn on the key to 'on'....as if the engine was running but is not, then it is normal and expected that all the warning lights on the dash will be on or even flashing: the system 'thinks' everything is off-kilter. When you start the engine they should go off. Now...Are you confusing 'headers', an aftermarket exhaust manifold with HEADS..the part that contains the valves, it is not an easy fix unfortunately, if that is what the problem is. But you don't really say what is happening...no start?
I meant the head gasket. But Ii was also told that if I restart the whole truck that might fix the problem ?
Hi Hunter, sorry I took so long to get back. But I am afraid we are still not communicating quite properly. What do you mean if you 'restart the whole truck?" I am a bit confused...rebuild the whole engine, sure, of course it will fix it. Or just restart the engine? I know these engines Hunter, and we will get to the bottom of this. Please just elaborate on what you mean by 'restart the whole truck' Thanks man
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