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Have fuel, have spark, have good compression, all ob2 codes were erased, car will run rill rough then stops running, timing is right, check fuses. what sensor should i check?
Had it put on the computer and the Ford dealer can't find anything wrong.
Front wheels grinding in turns when slow acceleration as well as backing up. Tried new ball joints, power steering fluid flush, was told differential fluid was OK. 4WD light doesn't come on and it didn't act right during snow. Any suggestions on next steps. Mechanic is stymied as he doesn't hear it. Will try fuse pull as winter is over.
The guy is charging 350 for that job and the parts are only 30 bucks so i think hes over-charging. Could anyone please let me know what the fair is? THANKS
I took it to autozone and the diagnostic test said it was the oxygen sensors I replaced it and it still cuts off and the diagnostic also says it could be the MAF the mass airflow sensor what could be the problem
i pulled tranny to replace front shaft seal. i re installed tranny started motor and went into gear while shifter was still in park position. any advise would sure be nice.or a solution.
Vehicle has been sitting outdoors
Explorer won't stay on after i press and release gas pedal. It wont go passed 2500 rpm wether idling or driving. I just changed my intake manifold because it was cracked and leaked water out and ran into left cylinder head through spark plug wells. I discovered this problem after experiencing the same behavior. No i fixed the manifold problem and still my ex acts the same. I haven't changed the oil because of lack of funds but water never showed up on the dipstick. Im currently unemployed and living in my explorer so coming up with the solution is difficult when i cant even afford to find the problem. White as smoke also appears at first when i turn it on the first time in the day but not afterwards. Ma knob es my air cleaner sound loud like a loud howling sound and car wants to turn off when it stops. Please help.