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My Expedition takes off in first second but if you let off the gas pedal it feels like it goes in neutral when you step on the gas it slams back in gear could that be the sensors or is my transmission just going out
Cord pack.4 has been replaced right along with the sparkplug but now its reading cord pack 4 again. I have already changed 4 more wit the plugs along with cord pack 4. A few weeks ago it stated I had multiple misfires after cord pack 4 with the spark plug got replaced. My truck drives like it's not picking up.speed when the air is on. And it cuts off wen running the air. Every so often without the air running. I can remember a mechanic changing a hose under my hood but a friend stated that it was the wrong size..don't want to have to purchase another vehicle if its not costly but don't want to keep it if its sudden to quit.
What problems does this model and year exhibit?
I just don't know what side or if both. Don't know how many the truck has.
HESITATED WHEN I PULLED OFF. NOW ROUGH START AND ROUGH DRIVE. CODES 171&174 COME UP, BUT WONDERING COULD THEY BE OLD. WHAT DOES IT SOUND LIKE?
Battery cables are connected right ,so I disconnected the altinater wires and the headlights come on and abs and air suspension pump as well on it's own , while key is in my hand (also replaced altinater as well ) also no power coming to the inside as if it's has a mind of it's own so baffled, can one help me with this issue
As well as the coil pack. It's still missing or somewhat chuggs.really bad and shakes whole truck at about 50mph. Is it possible to have bought a faulty coil? Is there a way to test coil? I've also replaced injectors.
Didn't pass the inspection, the reason "NOT READY" they told me that I need to perform a drive cycle. The gas pump isn't working promply, doesn't mark the gas level on the dashboard. It could be this the reason for the inspection rejection?
Replaced the suspected coil pack and all the plugs. The problem has gotten worse. And now I think I smell the catalytic converters.