CampaignManufacturerManufacturing dateType# of units affectedDate Owner notified MfgRecall Initiated byManufacturers of recalled vehicles/productsReport Recieved DateRecord Creation DateRegulation Part NumberFMVSS Number
05V270000FORD MOTOR COMPANYfrom 09/29/2003 to 05/31/2004V (Vehicle)18010407/22/2005ODIFORD MOTOR COMPANY06/10/200506/10/2005
Defect SummaryCertain pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles and vans equipped with 6.0l diesel engines may experience stalling without warning while driving and may or may not restart.
Consequence SummaryShould the engine stall, a vehicle crash could occur.
Corrective SummaryDealers will upgrade the fuel injection control module (ficm) wire harness or replaced, and/or have a new injection control pressure (icp)) sensor connector installed free of charge. the recall began on july 22, 2005. owners may contact ford at 1-800-392-3673.
NotesFord recall no. 05s34.customers may also contact the national highway traffic safety administration's vehicle safety hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (tty 1-800-424-9153), or go to


BulletinBulletin dateReplacement BulletinItem no.SummaryAdded
0651001/01/200606112100201356.0l - mil on with dtc p0460. *tt07/26/2006
1908210019810Lack of power or mil on - turbocharger sticking - revised diagnostics. *tt04/28/2006
05231701/01/2006062910019378Diagnostic trouble codes p0340/p0344/p0345/p0349 - 4.6l 3v and 5.4l 3v. *tt03/13/2006
05261501/01/20060651010018957Mil on with dtc p0460 -- 6.0l. *tt01/25/2006
05151101/01/2006066110017928Diagnostic procedure for trailer tow lights or no power due to open fuse. *tt12/07/2005
1853704/01/200510017877The normal output voltage from the ford trailer brake controller on certain vehicles built after 3/23/05 has changed. *tt12/06/2005
05111201/01/200510016850Abs light on and possible dtcs c1175, c1236, p0500, p0503. *sc10/12/2005
055703/21/200510014688Low battery voltage - snow plow equipped vehicles - 6.0l diesel with single generator. *tt05/05/2005
1836701/01/200510013310Message in the instrument cluster message center reading trailer fault. *tt04/14/2005
1838701/01/200510013323Speedometer needle bounce, cruise control drop out, diagnostic trouble code p0500, and/or uncommanded wiper activation - service tip. *tt04/14/2005
0419401/01/20060631010010715Water-in-fuel (wif) lamp. *tt12/07/2004
0221901/01/200404181510013113Adding additional bulbs to turn indicator or hazard flasher circuits - service tips. *tt04/08/2005

Consumer Complaints

Fail datemilesoccurencesPurchase date
 Tl-the contact owns a 2005 ford f-250 superduty. while driving approximately 40 mph the vehicle stalled. upon restart the contact was able to continue driving. the failure has since recurred intermittently. the manufacturer and authorized dealer were notified and the contact was told the vehicle was not included in the recall associated with nhtsa campaign id number 05v270000 (electrical system:wiring). the vehicle was not repaired. the failure and current mileages were 114,356. sm.
 Tl- the contact owns a 2005 ford f-250 super duty. the contact stated the vehicle stalled without warning. the contact took the vehicle to their mechanic and was told the fuel injection control model failed. the mechanic informed the contact of recall campaign 05v27000, which deals with the electrical system wiring harness. the contact spoke with the manufacturer and was told the recall was performed back in 2005. the manufacturer did not state whether the fuel injection control module was replaced or the injection control pressure sensor, both of which were part of the recall. the failure mileage and current mileages was 125,000.rl
 I have a 2005 ford f-250 6.0 diesel purchased in february 2005. over the last year or so the truck has intermittent loss of power. this mostly occurs during take off from a stop. it has resulted in several near crashes due to faultering in the middle of an intersection. the nhtsa has a recall for this issue (05v270000) which ford acknowledges. ford however refuses to cover the repairs for this because my vin is outside of the vin specific recall. even thought this recall effects my vehicle's model year and trouble code.
 Tl-the contact owns a 2005 ford f250 superduty. while the vehicle was parked the contact tried to started the vehicle and the vehicle would not start. the vehicle was towed to a local mechanic and he stated the problem was with the fuel injection control module. the local mechanic referred her to the dealer. the dealer advised her that the failure was the same as the local mechanic had advised her. the dealer advised her that the vehicle was not part of recall 05v270000, electrical system:wiring. she called the manufacture and they advised her they were trying to reach the service manager at the dealership. the failure was on going for the last two weeks. the contact did not know why. the vehicle has not been repaired. the approximate failure and current mileage were 36,000. vwb
 Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u.s.c. 552(b)(6) [xxx]2005 ford f 250 super duty there has been a recall nhtsa recall campaign number: 05v270000 regarding wiring harness according to ford my truck does not meet the recall criteria it misses vin spectrum by a few units and is built in one of the factories involved in the recall (kentucky) however the symptoms: no pick up upon acceleration engine missing out hard starts occasionally . ft lauderdale maroone ford indicates that the ficm/icm/icp module may be bad and it will cost $1800.00 to replace and they are not sure it will resolve the issue as the other results of diagnosis required replacing camshaft sensor positioning switch the injectors have been replaced under recall this all started @ aprox 50,000 mi currently @86,000 mi have contacted ford customer service they say go to dealer and hev truck run through diagnostics again at a cost of $150.00 to see what out come is still get same answer it is the ficm/icm/icp and not covered under any warranty or recall this calls truck to stall and lack of acceleration is extremely dangerous as you have no power to cross intersection and or pull out in traffic with out notice it is a random occurrence and usually happens at the worst time possible i am sure ford is aware of it just refuses to add it into the recall. *tr
 Tl- the contact owns a 2005 ford f250. he states that while driving and with out warning the vehicle starts to stall and shuts off. he then has to pull the vehicle side and wait about 10 minutes and then turn the vehicle back on. when the vehicle is turned back on it drives fine afterwards without a problem. the dealer was contact and they to;d him that there was a recall for the vehicle but his vin number was not included. the recall is component: electrical system:wiring nhtsa campaign id number: 05v270000 , the vehicle is experiencing the same symptoms included in this recall. this has occured once again where the vehicle was repaired under warranty and know is reoccuring again but this time it is worse. the vehicle will be repaired at owners expense. the failure mileage was 60000 and current mileage was 103000.
 I own on 2005 f-250 superduty diesel 6.0 truck, and i was driving down the road with an approx. speed of 45, and my vehicle stalls for about 10 seconds, i started to panic and then, it started running again after blowing a big puff of black smoke. i traveled on and everything seemed to be okay, well i continue on to get on the beltline, approx speed 65, and it did it again, it stalled for about 10 seconds and the started with a big black cloud of smoke., i could have killed someone, i was on the highway with cars all around me and it stalled, i had no where to go. they were slamming on brakes and blowing horns, i could have caused a huge accident. i was so nervous, so i went straight to the ford dealership; the parts department said that there were no recalls on anything. something is wrong, so i came on home, got online and found that there had been a recall and it is exactly what i have experienced. it could have been devastating. thank god no one was hurt, this should be address immediately. please help me notify that this is a safety problem, and they need to let americans know. *tr
 Tl*the contact owns a 2005 ford f-250 superduty. while driving 55 mph, the vehicle stalled in the middle of the road and would not restart. the vehicle was towed to the contact's residence. the engine completely shut off, but the batteries and other lights in the vehicle functioned normally. there were no warning indicators illuminated prior to the failure. the vehicle is still at the contact's residence awaiting repair from the dealer. the dealer and manufacturer stated that the vin was not included in nhtsa campaign id number 05v270000 (electrical system:wiring). the failure mileage was 153,000.
 Truck has had many electrical issues since i purchased it. truck also has a terrible bounce when it hits a pothole. *jb
 Thursday january 18, 2007 the vehicle's battery were not charging. the dealer tested the system and determined that the alternator had overcharged the system and burnt the main harness coming out of the alternator. the dealer said the entire harness will have to be replaced along with the alternator which was putting out 17 amps. *jb
 Tl*the contact owns a 2005 ford f-250 superduty. while driving 20 mph, the vehicle shut off in the middle of the road. both the power steering and brakes failed without warning. the vehicle was towed to the dealer and they kept it for three weeks; however, it still hesitates slightly while in operation. the dealer had over three pages of different issues with the vehicle, which were related to the engine. the failure mileage was 60,000. updated 04/24/09. *lj the battery was replaced. updated 04/28/09.*jb
 Ficm had to be replaced after many repairs to my f250 ford pick up 6.0 diesel nhtsa#05v270000 recall my truck broke down on the freeway i paid $1,115.00 to fix the problem the dealer told me that it was not a warranty problem all though my truck has had this problem for a long time please advise. *tr
 I could have been killed. in sept. 2005 i leased a f250 and since it has given me nothing but trouble. exhaust problems (3 times for that) injector failed, many little bugs that the dealer cant fix. on 6-24-06 on i-94 doing a 65-68 mph, the engine hesitates for a second then suddenly the wheels locked up and i lost control, skidding almost hitting 3 other cars and the wall on the shoulder. finally after steering to the shoulder - stopped and basically had a panic attack, saw my life flash before my eyes. sat for a couple minutes then got out to look at the wheels and under the truck for any clues as to what had just happened. i start up and stroll along the shoulder to the nearest exit the tow / haul light is flashing on and off. drive about 30 mph on a city road with my flashers on.. not but a 1/8 of a mile it locks up again and then frees up, and rolls. i am now freaking out. and now the engine light is on . called ford roadside i am a wreck! i'll never put my 4 month daughter in it. first diagnosis 3 days later after the lock up happened to the mechanic test driving the truck they guess the range sensor in the transmission and two days later called to tell me it was ready. 1 hour later the service tech called ,said we need to keep it longer 2 wks later they diagnose that a main wiring harness was leaning against the exhaust and burned up shorting the computer & told the trans to shift. i told them i do not want the truck. i don't feel safe and won't risk my life or my family. ford legal finally contacted the dealership after many contacts to them and upon their decision 3 wks after they towed it i must accept this vehicle, because it is supposedly fixed. i feel that ford is not taking this case seriously, and i wont feel safe driving this truck again. my service director among many of the service agents at the dealership as well as the ford factory rep. say that they would not feel safe driving in this truck if it were their truck, and would not drive it. *jb
 I take my truck to dealer: salinas valley ford with address on 1100 auto center cir salinas ,ca for the recall posted on your ad with # 05v270000 and dealer told me that the computer don't show any recall or job about this and they can't do anything. they explained to me that recall posted on web pages not always are true. so who's is telling the truth dealer or nhtsa? *jb
 My f250 super duty truck stalls while driving, specially after turning corner. all 3 times the complete fuel injector assembly was replaced , 5/15/07, 12/15/07 & 8/15/07. had fuel tank cleaned and found rust remains in bottom of fuel tank. the computer and wire harness had to be replaced 12/15/07. fuel tank rusts from inside and blocks fuel line from fuel tank and water separator and consequently starves injectors from fuel which is why they burn up. see each time i bring in the truck it costs for a truck with between $1,000-$4,000 with only 110,000 miles on the truck. *tr
 Thursday january 18, 2007 the vehicle's battery were not charging. the dealer tested the system and determined that the alternator had overcharged the system and burnt the main harness coming out of the alternator. the dealer said the entire harness will have to be replaced along with the alternator which was putting out 17 amps. *jb