2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Questions
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Truck died goin down road replaced battery light flashing same day tested alternator at 2 stores both say good fuse is good battery dead again???
Is it computer I checked wires all tight and good
I had it checked by auto parts store. guy said it was charging fine.
My OD / OFF light had been flashing for a couple weeks, I noticed hard shifting when it was. I had to be towed home. The next morning all seemed ok, good torque reverse and forward, then it slipped away after warming ...
I checked the gauges all where in the normal range and than the truck died. it has 158,000 miles on it all original.
What sort of engine questions should I be asking when buying a used Ford Explorer sport trac? If Water pump, fuel pump, serpentine belt, timing chain have been replaced? Anything else? Thanks
could it be my crankshaft sensor.
The heater in the passenger seat will not go off. Light does not work on the switch so I'm not sure if the switch needs to be replaced or not. If so, any idea how much it would run?
Never had any fuel issues until now. Ran fine yesterday, but no love this morning. Cranks but won't fire. Safety switch won't click in.
THERMOSTAT, HEATER CORE, COOLANT LEVEL & BLOWER MOTOR ARE ALL GOOD. WHAT ELSE COULD BE WRONG & HOW DO I FIX IT?
we just turned it off and it wont run it will run on starting fluid
transmission is leaking
where is access to pannel
i replace the safety switch and when i put the truck in gear it will not go back into park or reverse it hangs up between drive and neutral is it du to a faulty shifter cable
Had the fuel pump changed out and now the fuel gauge doesnt register (it stays below E) on the dash and low fuel light is on all the time though there is plenty of fuel. Dome lights inside and bed light are out too s...
has happened 3 times in the last 8 months..twice was an almost disaster..when slowing for a stop...the engine rev's up and severe pressure is needed on the brakes...causing the tires to spin... and putting the truck i...