Could be low voltage and/or bad ground. We've seen it before on here.
Yesterday morning it wouldn't let me use blinkers or anything. Sounded like it was shifting into 4WDOr a bad connection. Or rodent-induced wiring damage. Did the truck exhibit any other driveability concerns while the cluster was going stupid?
I'd be looking at the battery (how old, and what type?), grounds, and anywhere a critter might have been.Yesterday morning it wouldn't let me use blinkers or anything. Sounded like it was shifting into 4WD
No, not this time lol.Uh. Oh. Maybe that's not it. Surely there is protection built in for that. I hope so.
Anyone gonna get fired ?
There have been several threads on this over the years. Some have stated main ground (behind the headlight), alternator or plug to alternator, wiring connectors in the passenger kick panel, transmission module. Like Dan said, there are a lot of electronics in new trucks these days. Ruling them out is a PITA.So did you get it fixed.
I have a 2013 f150 ecoboost platinum. Going down the road my cluster and radio and AC goes out. Then back on and off again. Just curious of what to do. My local dealer doesn’t want to work on it. It stayed there three weeks.
my 2013 does this. Put new battery not fixed.Hello everyone on my way to work this morning my dash started going crazy.
Has anyone else encountered this? Any information is great.