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2008 Ford Expedition Questions

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Rapid and loud constant ticking developed recently and coming from engine when on. Appears more from the left side of engine.

The a/c unit in the truck comes on blowing hard and will not turn down or off until the vehicle is switched off.

Today we noticed that they are open. We never opened them and there doesn't seem to be a switch or lever to close them. We can't find our owners manual. Its going to rain soon.

Something is preventing the fuel from flowing to the fuel injection so the car can start.

no acc. too codes driving the car-eng. lights comes on - loss of power, can not hear any damage parts. where do I go next worst dollor amount for cost if goes in shop, ball park

Initially it only happened while going up hill, now it happens at anytime, usually after about 15 minutes of driving. It just feels like the drive train under the vehicle just shakes. It is not the engine; not warning lights on and just had tuneup. It has been happening for about 6 months.

This is the first time this has happened. We recently replaced the thermostat and thermostat housing. It was very cold this morning but even after the temperature guage was reading that the engine was warmed up it still blows cold air. I put a mixture of 50/50 antifreeze in the radiator. What could possible be wrong?

All of the other seat positions work fine. When I try to move the seat up or down it does nothing. It doesn't even make a noise. What could it be?

I have a fault like that comes up on my panel. It says throttle control system. Where is it what is it?

What is it and where can I find it?

ticking sound is driving my girlfriend crazy

I need to know how to check transmission fluid level on 2008 Ford Expedition.