The ABS light came on after my trip to Royal Blue. I did not have any clue as to why.
I bought a Bluetooth OBDII dongle and got the free FordSys app. Torque would not give me the ABS codes. The FordSys app did. There was a warning that the app might not work with the cheap dongle but this one worked fine.
When I bought my F250 the TPMS light was on. However, when I got it home and filled the
tires to correct pressure the light went away.
But after about a month it was back on again. I checked all the tires and they were the
correct pressure. I looked in the
glovebox for the TPMS relearn tool, but it was not included in the stuff left
At Track Night I noticed a whirring noise when I was idling
on grid in neutral. The noise would go
away if I mashed the clutch pedal. I had
heard a similar noise on the back straight at Road Atlanta back in February, so
I decided to check into it closer.
With the car on the lift idling in neutral, there was
definitely a noise coming from the middle of the torque tube. I decided it was time to change the bearings.
I read through the procedure on Clarks Garage. I also watched some Youtube videos. These looked intimidating, but I decided I had to give it a go.
I began by removing the shifter from the rod and the torque tube. I then removed the transaxle.