1995 Ford E-150 Questions
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Tried what you said pushrod about turning engine a lil bit it still won't go all the way down any more ideas
I bought a new distributor and can't get it to go back down in the engine can you tell me what I need to do to get it back in properly? I don't want to damage it!
Vans not getting no fire I have had the coil checked it's good, I had electric module checked it's good only other possibility is the pickup coil please help I need my van for work!
I was driving my van on the interstate and it made a noise like the power steering needed fluid and then it just shut off had to be towed I got it home and put it on the tester and it read 4 different codes for the TPS was high voltage and same for the eve Will these make it not run?
Can someone please tell me why my van stopped running and will not start back? What happened is I was driving down interstate and van started making a loud winding noise like the power steering needed fluid and then it died had to be towed! I put it on the tester and it read 4 different codes that had to do with the throttle position sensor said it is got a high voltage reading and the other about the egr valve had high reading also could one of these or both be my problem from getting van to start?
Will a bad throttle position sensor or a bad egr valve cause my van to stop running and not start back?
Would a bad throttle position sensor or a bad egr valve cause my van to stop running while driving down the interstate and not start back! It just turns over won't start?
I was driving my econoline 150 down the freeway and it started making a noise like the power steering needed fluid, a loud winding noise, and then it stut off want start back I plugged into outer and codes I got stated the throttle position sensor had high voltage or something and the egr valve had high or low voltage can these things keep it from starting?
I was driving my van it started making a noise like the power steering needed fluid and then it just quite running and want start back what could it be it turns over but want start it read codes like the throttle position sensor had to much voltage and another code said the EGR valve didn't have the rite voltage or something would either of these keep it from running
It looks like a vacuum can aster
I have changed pretty much everything. ICM, distributer, delco, and more. i dont know what else to do. I will occasionally get a spark . I need help please.
When the van gets hot it loses acceleration and let the pedal off and gained acceleration and also misfires
Had high idle 37mph down the road! I replaced the throttle position sensor and idles properly now, sounds great, installed new battery that night. Ran for 3 days sat for 2 days in below freezing weather. Finally started by pushing on and off the gas pedal and a continuous forward on the key. Made an awful noise trying to start as I kept forward on the key. I know everything I didn't want to do but at least it started. I let it run in the drive for 20 minutes. Drove in and out of the driveway and I turned of with the key. Immediately I tried to start it back up and only a click at the solenoid. I next replaced the starter at the flywheel just clicks at the solenoid by battery. Replaced the solenoid behind the grill still just clicks at the solenoid and I also heard another click from somewhere on the passenger side, not sure if it slicked prior to replacing the starter? Maybe it is the starter solenoid on the starter itself or is there a relay or something I need to look at on the passenger side? I read 12 volts through my analog test meter. Did I do something to harm an electrical connection? I need help getting the starter to spin I believe I have a good butt joint connection to the new starter from my ignition cable. The wire with a butt joint connector came with the new starter and I made a fresh cut to join it to the car wiring.
When I brake the pedal goes to the floor. Puddle of brake fluid under steering. Need ballpark cost to fix.