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2007 Ford Freestar Questions

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Right side lower control arm was ripped loose in accident. Need idea to reattach rear bushing to frame. Can easyout the top bolt that broke off, but welded nut was pulled out of frame on bottom bolt. Ideas? Please. Thank you.
What seems to make the problem better or worse? N/A
How long have you had this problem? Since accident. Lol
I lost the only key to my 2007 Ford Freestar the dealer wanted $500 just to drill the ignition out and And another $300 for a new ignition and keys and programming. I drilled the old ignition out myself and replaced it with a new one from the local auto parts store. Now I need to program the passive auto theft system so my computer will recognizes the new keys.
How long have you had this problem? A week
During normal acceleration transmission shifts smoothly around 35 to 40 MPH. When acceleration at slower speed between 35 to 40 MPH it seems not to know what gear to stay in. It will keep shifting up one gear and down one gear, until you hit 45 MPH. then it will stay in the higher gear.
puddle of oil shop said to drive it for awhile bring it back in a week isn't that bad to drive
Digital, speed display ok
As long as u dont push it or pull out fast its ok
The left front turn signal works, but it flashes faster than usual. The rear turn signal light comes on, but does not blink.
The handle came off and we tied zap straps around the inner cable, the cable wore down and snapped now we cannot open the tail gate. Can I get the parts from a retailer and have a mech install or ford?? Prices would be really helpfull. Thank you
my car started to sputter then died. i thought it was a fuel pump but the dealer sys its two valves and its $2400-$3000 to fix. i only owe $6000 /16 pymnts. does this sound right and would you fix it?
it overheated and the hoses are fine, i noticed the fan not coming on.
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