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my 2005 ford 500 has 50,000miles AWD it goes into limp mode,and will not go over 50 mph and the transmission will not shift.we reset the code,in around 200 miles it did the same thing.The shop reprogrammed it with 2 updates.about 50 miles later it did the same thing again.It shows code po641.it has the cvt transmission.everything works great when not in limp mode.

I think its lifters its a2.5liter mazda b2500 2wd truck 150,000 miles

car began to overheat. Hissing sound and then steam; coolant leaking out from over top of engine area and running down onto ground

to check the transmission fluid

i may have install it wrong,toward the engine or the fender.

Have had mechanic check out problem.. wheel bearings good, brakes good- suspension checks out fine. Noise from rear end has been off and on for the last three weeks. Brand new tires. Any ideas on what could be making the intermittent noise?

my brakes are low

code says evap solenoid switch but no idea where it is or even to cost to replace can anyone help me

how can I get it opened. Do I have to remove the radio to get behind the control panel.


Thanks for the help
Bob

and will they have to remove the radiator to do that and is it better to change the timing chain and radiator at the same time and what is the price thanks

had work done in summer.

The ride is bumpy at times

My question is the car is under warranty, but they said that because need a maintanance of cleaning the fuel injectors was causing the HOLD Blinking on 3, which was causing the engine to work harder and the AC to stop blowing cool air. I think this is a scam to get charged a $200.00 plus maintance to clean the fuel injectors so the Hold button would work and then the AC will blow out cold air. They said if the HOLD BUTTON is blinking and stuck on 3, it makes the engine work harder and the AC not blow cold air, or shuts down. Please advise, I never heard of something with the fuel injector having to do anything with the AC....Nightmare of a day and they still havent fix the car, because they did not deliver some gasket...Please advise on the injector having to do with the fuel line and Hold button blinking and causing the AC not to cool...Is this correct? Hard to beleive, the car is only 3 years old and 30,000 miles...Jorge Sardinia

I have heard that to change th plugs in my F-150 can cost as much as $2000. That seems really high to me.

I have a 2006 toyota tundra v6 4.0L i have replaced the Alternator, battery and positive battery cable, when the car is first at idle the Alternator seems to charge fine 13.90volts until the truck idles down they i only get 9volts witch is what the old one was doing and why i replaced it can some one please tell me something i have missed i replaced the battery with an after market cable because it had been cut and replaced before and if had replaced the end it would have been to short the battery is brand new as of 3 weeks ago