Checked all connections for power to lights, all ok Checked fuses this is where I found the problim. I also want to say that other than this, I am sure minor issue, this truck is awesome! The truck has 19,000 miles and is still covered under the extended warranty. My local dealer told me that if I disconnected the itbc that it should start if it was actually a short in the controller itself. If you leave the key on after 5 to 10 minutes the heater kicks on and you can start it. Depressing the accelerator will bring the truck out of it.
I unplugged the tbc indash and the 22 fuse under hood and 31 on passenger side. My truck isn't reading any codes and there's no other indication lights on. This is why the diagram is so important. I am going to be on the phone with the dealer first thing in the morning. I still have my 2011 6. I wasn't pulling so wasn't too concerned - hit the reset and continued on.
There's a sensor on the exhaust that goes bad and when it does the truck shuts down with no warning. I was not sure if the fault when backing was something that happens or if it might be indicative of a problem. Why this module is throwing a red flag? Provide details and share your research! Read our to see people who found humor in a bad situation. With the trailer brake gain set to 10 I don't have as much brake engagement as I would like. The Bendix is the gear assembly that engages the flywheel.
With the key in the start position you should see about 12V on the small wire. Any other ideas would be good. I do have 35's tires on the truck with a leveling kit. This problem occurs randomly sometimes a couple of times a week to not at all. I've swapped relays, checked fuses apart from replacing the ignition switch and starter how else can I diagnose this? On my sons 99 f350, with after market controller he can adjust his output so that the brakes engaugelock at just about any adjustment way over breaking so I believe the trailer brakes work fine, I just don't get enough output from the factory controller. Wondering if that was something normal or if that may have been a pre-cursor to this problem. Tried to scan abs, parking aid, and brake, scanner would not communicate.
Does anyone have a clue on what i should do? Need a direction to go from here? The complaints are organized into groups with data published by vehicle, vehicle component, and specific problem. He lost power, the truck got very loud, and there is a very strong stale kerosene smell in the cab. Ok 2011 ford f350 6. To learn more, see our. I updated my tuner and returned the truck to a performance tune but this dashboard code will not go away. Any help would be greatly appreciated. About an hour later I went to take off in my truck and when I turned the key on and it showed trailer brake module fault on the dash.
Runs down the road, hitting every pot hole for 1000 miles fine. If that is the case, someone is messing with my truck! Find out more about our. Driving forward it's never a problem. I have not clue what is going on. It has 47,000 miles on it.
Hope this helps; keep us updated. To correct ths problim I checked the Trailer connection all looked ok, no corrosion, no moisture no dirt. The manual says it's not an indicator of a problem. I have put a trickle charger on the battery on the drivers side, and plan to leave it on for an hour or so. My guess would be a faulty sensor. That is your trailer brake controller that is built into your dash.
Not spinning the starter at all. It took them one week to replace the sensor! So now I'm lost again. Does the starter engage an spin the engine over? Turn key on, no crank, no start. I drove my 08 F350 6. I dont have the code at the moment, but will update when i get the scanner back. Trailer brake module failure flashes on the screen. To recreate, I lay down and shove hard on the spare tire.
It happened once about a month ago, then more often. Replaced both batteries, cleaned cables. Fuses are good, tried removing fuse and starting but still nothing. Tomorrow came and I got the call that they reprogrammed the module, but the message still shows up, so they need to work on it another day! My uncle was pulling his fiver to the beach yesterday with his 2011 f-350 6. Now if nothing happens when you turn the key to start ,this would be a no crank - no - start.
Shut it off, try to immediately restart, same thing. Or B your cable on your trailer is too short and causing it to pull out of the plug or C you have a short in the factory trailer harness wiring or the plug is gunked up. I had my f350 do a similar problem. I did move the shifter around and try to start in neutral. Came back after a while, saying that it didn't work and I need to leave the truck, so another technician can work on it tomorrow. It usually occurs on small inclines or hills with the truck in higher gears and low rpms.