- Aug 9, 2020
- Reaction Points
- Current Ride
- 2020 f250 tremor
- First Responder
Lots of noise and thumping peculating sound from drivers side rear this is my 6th 6.7 none of the others made this racket
The longer I have had my Tremor, the more I notice how much dirt is in the paint. It looks good from a distance, but once you are up on it (such as wiping it down) you can see all the dirt. By far the worst paint job I have ever had on a Ford vehicle in reference to dirt in the paint as just about every panel has some type of dirt in it. My truck also suffers from poor paint coverage on inside of door frame, as I can see the primer through the paint near the inside of the door panel covers.
Same here- took mine in for excessive noise and they said it was LPFP - they dropped the tank and put a new one and it still does it. They called in to Ford Friday to see if they have any guidance and I’m waiting to hear back. Symptoms are loud pumping noise / humming and a vibration/ banging almost in the fuel tank that you can feel if you put your hands on it. Truck runs fine though
Is there a pump for the DEF tank that could be making that noise?
Check tire pressure our tremor did the same thing front tires were 80psi and rear were over 90 psi so I have my fronts at 60psi and the rear at 75 psi and handles 100% better hopefully that heplsMy issue is the Goodyear tires that come on the tremor,,I drove mine about 300 miles this past week to Alt and back on I 20 .above 70 mph and sometimes (but not long) 80-85 this damm Truck is all over the road, rear tires felt like they had 20 psi in them, have 67 psi.. l,m thinking the 35/11/18 tires on 8" wide rims are just too narrow for this truck at high speeds, 60 -65 not bad but hold on above about that, I've owned probably 8-10 SD over the years and just traded my 17 SD lariat for this tremor package, 17 had 35/12.5 /20 and handled great at high speeds,,, got to be the pizza cutter tires, I'm hopeful that they wear out soon.
Ford replaced tank and lpfp and still does if progressively getting worse ...they are thinking software issue but it’s def the pump you gain put it in a bucket full of diesel and watch the pump chatterPossible- I’m not finding much online but did find a vid a guy made on another forum with the same exact sound and he described his as a ‘gurgling coming from exhaust’ - hard to tell exactly where it is coming from- definitely rear of the truck though
My AC compressor failed with 1200 miles on the truck. It kept the engine from starting and had to cut the belt off after having it towed to a dealership 11 hours from home. Got back home and was told the compressor was on back order for 1 1/2 months and they don't give out trucks as loaners. Got it fixed but it was not a good experience.My A/C is not working, All the modes are good but the compressor is not kicking on. I'm waiting for a loaner to be available. I'll post what happens here.
My AC compressor went out after about 7,000 miles. it took just over a month to get the part. And like you, it was fixed, but not a pleasant experience in the summer heat. My truck ran fine, just no cold air.My AC compressor failed with 1200 miles on the truck. It kept the engine from starting and had to cut the belt off after having it towed to a dealership 11 hours from home. Got back home and was told the compressor was on back order for 1 1/2 months and they don't give out trucks as loaners. Got it fixed but it was not a good experience.