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I have replaced my catylitic converter all the spark plugs had a melted coil on primary a code reads out secondary system was miss diagnosed twice spent almost $2000 on it already trying to fix the problem replaced saved myself $1000 by doing the upper intake gasket myself and replacing the coil and plugs only to find out that the violent shake is actually due to pcm or ecm unit which has cause the number 1 coil to (melt) the faulty unit may catch car on fire burn all 6 coils and leave you stranded but enough ppl haven't actually reported the problem correct and some have not even gotten this far to solve it due to the code that was popping up of P0351 was miss diagnosed and solution was found through process of elimination this being said it's an awful amount of $ to be putting into a car with only 100,000 miles on it and is not due to wear and tear
Tires are inflated properly, but noise gets louder as speed increases.
Both catylitic converters we're replaced if you pat the gas it will not shake in motion until car rpm drops down to around 1 and a half rpm
The air conditioning in my 2007 Ford Edge has stopped blowing cold air period.
My cruise control jerked a couple times so I turned it off. The next time I tried to use it several days later it would set. So I left it alone. Later on way home I tried again. This time the indicator light didnt light up or work.
It will not change gears so i have to avoid steap hills.
When your driving with a/c on high fan speed and temp set to 60. The temp will sometimes just start clicking up by its self. Usually it won't go past70. Sometimes at the same time the fan speed will drop down from high. Not always and not always together. If anyone has had this issue please let me know Thanks.
Both times a coil was replaced, next day the check engine light comes on and its the internal catalytic converter... should this be covered by Ford?
I put new brake pads on and still have the same noise. Hard to tell if it's the front or back.
When I'm at a red light or idling or driving slow very long my ac starts blowing warm air and my engine will over heat. The first time it did this my car temp gauge was at hot and started smoking, I turned the engine off and got out and it looked like all the water was running out from under my car. Had it towed to the garage and he hooked it up to a pressure gauge the mechanic said he had it up to 10 but didn't see no leaks, he seemed to think when I got my oil changed the guy didn't tighten the cap back on good because it looked like all the coolant came out the top and overflowed. About a week later I was out an about and it was chilly so I had the heat on and I was driving through town slow and it started to read hot again. Called the mechanic and he's suppose to change the thermostat, could that be what's wrong with it? A bad thermostat? Any ideas?