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Harbro Car Guy

Whitinsville, MA

Livin in the car business... and lovin' it!


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Alldata doesnt give info on the fuel filter of your vehicle, but I would say after 8 years and 46k, you should replace it. Its a relatively inexpensive job, and certainly cant hurt!


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I know of no recall on this. We usually find the ignition cylinder itself causing this issue. good luck.


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No, to do it right you cant just glue it. Any glass company is going to recommend you remove the glass and re-install it. Thats to cover their liability, and with good reason. You could use a silicone to seal it, but it wont be right unless you have it done by a good glass company (and they are right - they probably will break the old one on the way out) Your insurance company may cover this under glass coverage.


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This can be a tough job. Many ford technicians I know actually remove the cab of the truck so that they can have better access to the spark plugs. I would also recommend re-threading the spark plug holes (ford sells a kit - but its not cheap) because the engine in your truck is known to "spit plugs" - meaning: tear the threads out and fire a plug. this is no fun. Obviously I havent looked at your truck, but if the shop that gave you the estimate is one you trust, I dont doubt that the estimate can be that high. Ask them if they have done many. For your peace of mind, its NOT just a normal tune-up :) good luck


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Your question doesnt mention which headlights you have... but with conventional bulbs, you should be able to gain access by removing the inner fenderwell (the black fender skirt inside the wheelwell). Alldata does say though, that if you have the TVP bulbs, you will have to remove the front bumper. Good luck.


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It's not uncommon for the brake light switch (or stoplight switch) to be the cause of this problem.


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Typically when a car shakes real bad when pressing brakes it is caused by the brake rotors being badly warped. The "feeling like it is gonna die" part throws a little wrench into this theory, but I would start with a good brake inspection.


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From the question I'm not sure if you mean its not blowing at all, or its not heating up. If its not heating up, the first thing I would check is the coolant level. The thermostat could be sticking as well. If its not BLOWING.. you may have an issue with your blower motor or blower motor resistor. Any other details would help. good luck


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It should be #36. Yellow 20amp. Located in the truck near the spare tire.


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I agree with Patrick on this one. there are so many components that could be causing your noise that the best thing to do is make an appointment with a shop you trust and let them give it a good inspection. Could be ball joints, tie rod ends, steering linkage, etc... Bring this one in for a professional opinion.


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