1995 Ford E-350 Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1995 Ford E-350
- Front End May Make Rattle Noise Over Bumps, Handling Issues
- Excessive Vibration Felt in Vehicle While Driving - Fluid Leaks From Rear of Transmission
- Coolant Leakage from Heater Core, Possible Leakage onto Passenger Side Foot Well
- Transmission Fluid Leaks from the Front of the Transmission Bell Housing
- Check Engine Light Illumination for Insufficient Exhaust Gas Recirculation system (EGR) Flow
- Engine running rough. Misses sometimes, and loses power during acceleration
- Truck will stall out when I put into reverse or if I stop quickly when driving
- I have replaced the booster,master cylinder,abs pump and still do not have good brakes. the system has been bleed several times
- I need to ask what is wrong with my Van?
- What is wrong? with the van
1995 Ford E-350 Problems
The front end may make a rattle noise over bumps. There may be handling issues, and play in the front wheels on inspection. If there is up and down movement on the front wheels while the lower control arms are being supported, inspect the upper and lower ball joints for excessive play. These are prone to failure from moisture entry and lack of lubrication. The ball joints should be replaced as needed.
This concern relates to vehicles equipped with the E4OD and 4R100 automatic transmissions. Fluid leaks from the rear of the transmission and excessive vibration felt in the vehicle while driving can be caused by a lack of lubrication to the rear of the transmission and rear seal failure. The extension housing (rear portion of transmission) can lose lubrication if the fluid supply hole becomes clogged. This leads to rear seal failure from lack of lubrication, and can cause bearing failure in the extension housing. The extension housing and gasket should be replaced and verify the fluid supply hole is clear of debris.
Electrolysis can cause repeated failures of the heater core and radiator. The diagnosing technician should check for voltage present in the coolant, with the battery disconnected, because electrical current in the coolant causes electrolysis. Corroded or deteriorated parts should be replaced, and the coolant should be flushed. Ground straps can be added to help prevent future corrosion of components.
1995 Ford E-350 Questions
It is stuck in Park and will not engage. The motor is fine and starts up. Is the problem with the brakes, a module
a brake switch or something in the steering column? Please help!
1995 Ford E-350 Question: No electrical power
I turn the key and nothing at all, no power, no lights inside, and battery is good