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Old 03-02-2024, 10:07 AM   #1
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Question Repair shops in Jacksonville, FL

We have a 2008 Conquest 4200 Super C diesel on the International chassis with the Ford 365 VT turbo. The engine light is coming on and putting motor into limp mode. We are having difficulty finding a repair shop in the area that has the software to troubleshoot the error code. Any one else having this problem or has any recommendations for places to try? We tried the Ford Heavy duty repair shops as well as the International repair shop that we normally take it to.Help!
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Old 03-10-2024, 12:11 PM   #2
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Hate to hear about your troubles. Curious why the international truck dealer cans resolve it. I ended up on a first name basis with my local service manager at Rush Truck Center in Springfield IL. Hourly rates are pricey, but they know the chassis and drive train (and most hate it). They have the tools and software to make it run as it was designed. If you’ve done some engine mods, they will give you some grief. But all in all I’m happy with them. When mine went into limp mode, it was the meritor brake control that failed. About $4500 in repair but it cured the problem. When mine limped I had a check engine light, an abs light, and a constant beep beep. Look on this forum for more information.
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