2003 Ford Explorer Questions

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My heater will blow cold air on any temp setting. But when it is set to hot, it makes a clicking noise and wont blow hot.
it does this every time I turn it on.
250000 plus miles
I need a repair estimate or should I just sell it? The chains are not broken but rattling.
I first notice the leak after my air conditioning began to blow hot air. I checked the coolant tank to find it empty. I refilled it and it was okay for a short while. Now the coolant is leaking out over the right front tire.
Just recharged ac since it has been blowing hot air. The passenger side is showing huge improvement. The driver side on the other hand isn't. It's not blowing hot air anymore, but the temperature barely counts as cold. Thanks for any suggestions.
How do you take door apart to get to the problem?
the power point in front cousel is gone. Need to get into counsel and replace with new "light socket"
Oil changed 5/19/15 on 5/20/15 after drvin abt 100 miles in town drvin trk dropped pres shut off oil still full there's now a small leak and it will not start bk up. I was told its the oil pres switch?
This just happened one morning. My battery tested fine but I have no power in the truck and wont crank. Battery charging makes a buzzing sound under dash that changes or stops when I step on brake. I hear a faint intermittent clicking behind the fuse panel under the dash. What is going on??
I have a 03 explorer v8. Check engine light comes on after 100 miles or so. I have new cats. 2 new 02 sensors on bank 2. Replaced thermostat. Replaced intake manifold. It has had some misfires. Replaced 2 ignition coils and 1 spark plug. It is running smooth right now but doesn't seem to have the power it should. What else can check to see what is throwing that code. Thanks
When i try to start my car it cranks but wont start takes about 3 tries that is weak for a few seconds than runs strong what can this be?
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