The battery light went on, the temperature went up, and the power steering went out. When I somewhere I could stop, the antifreeze poured out of it.
What would cause my explorer to break down on 1994 Ford Explorer
Seems as if the water pump went out and the drive belt has jumped off.
Thanks for the info., sorry to bug you, but do you happen to know if it's expensive to fix? Being on my own with three kids, on top of the truck being old, and falling apart, I'm wondering if I should just get rid of it?
Anything else wrong? If not much it's cheaper to repair until cost outweighs worth of vehicle! For this one NAPA has a decent pump for about 50. + coolant and belt, hoses maybe. Labor 'guesstamate' as i dont have flat rate here, 150. I say under 300. Assuming this IS the problem!!
Thanks for all your info, I don't know what to do at this point, I can't afford that, for my life really sucks right now, I don't even know what else could be wrong, I've only had it for a few months, so I guess it will be sitting for awhile, again, I thank you for all your help
U welcom, good (better) luck!!
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I agree. Sound like the belt broke or came off for some reason. If you want us to check this out please call 313-562-7022 or schedule an appointment on line at StansGarage.net. I am sure we can diagnose it and give you the answer you need.
I wish I could I have money issue's, but thanks for replying
Oils or petroleum based products will not break down the corrosive salts and therefore are ineffective in cleaning or neutralizing the salt compounds. Alkaline based solvents will break down the salts, as well as soap and water or just plain water.