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Engine do not compensate for the extra load. Engine had ETB and is already replaced. 137k miles on it.
Mainly in the mornings. Had exhaust tested-nothing, but I think they only checked for emissions.
It's been overheating a little and I'll turn the heat on to bring the temp down. 2 times now when I restart after it's been running I'll get a warning that the engine is overheated and should not be started. So I vent the reservoir and it fixes that issue. I've also had a warning that the transmission needs service now. Prob due to the thermostat. Now I notice the fan is not engageing
WHEN DRIVING THE TACOMETER KEEPS BOUNCING BETWEEN 2 AND 1. IS THIS A TRANSMISSION PROBLEM i ALSO GET A LIGHT WITH A WRENCH FOR TRANS. PROBLEM
Is it a problem that needs immediate attention?
Ac has freon but compressor will not engage and blowing hot air.also 123 on fan switch will not work ,only 4
transmissions failures, manufacturing,
defects, recalls,
everything working when im driving when i stop on idle a/c blowing hot air and temperature on engine going high engine fan working only 30 seconds and then turn off
any ideas what is going on???????????????
my car is ford ranger 2016 wild truck
On the dash is a gas pump symbol with an arrow next to it indicating( I think) the gas filler is on the driver's side of the car. In actuality, the gas filler door is on the passenger side of the car. Am I mis-interpreting the dash symbol or can the direction of the arrow changed to agree with the true position of the gas door?
Thanks
why does the A/C stop working and blowes hot air this last time it overheated also and had to be picked up and brought to the dealership and they can not fix the problem this was the 3rd thime at the dealership on this they can not get it to do this for them and computer does not give any codes

thank's Santa red van
Vehicle is used for deliveries so it has 70k miles but I'm wondering if this is common. I have two of these vehicles - one for each store. Should I start saving to get the 2nd vehicle done or should I have it checked for the problem? Replaced major parts on left hand side and there was also work needed on the right, supposedly because we drove it to the dealership rather than towing. Also wondering how this could have been avoided. Is there anything I could have looked for and could drivers have caused this or prevented it?
If I hold a little pressure on the steering wheel the wheel continues to jerk.
I have had to replace both front brake pads, rotors and hardware. The rear drum and brake shoes were also replaced
Neither the front or rear brakes could be saved, to far out of spec.
If I install a tranmission pump can I tow with 4 wheels on the ground?
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