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|1988 Ford E-350 Econoline Custom 7.5L temperatrure gauge too high reading VIN: 1FDKE30G8J
the customer claims that his gauge never had read this high before. now reads at the l in normal on the ford gauge. we have tested the rad with infared heat gun and found max temp of 195 degrees. contacted the ford dealer they say that the sender they sold us ...
|1994 Ford Ranger XL 2.3L check engine light VIN: 1FTCR1OA1R
Hello everyone this ranger came in and ran bad. I tuned engine and runs good know. When it came in the check engine light was on and had code224. After tune up I cleared code and it will come back in about 30 seconds. What is this code and how to diagnose this... Trouble codes: 224 (EI circuit 123)
|1996 Ford Taurus GL 3.0L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1FALP52U0T
Im having a problem with this taurus...intially came in for egr flow problem and knock sensor codes.we cleaned egr ports behind throttle body.Egr code is gone.I checked a few posts here suggested no egr may trip knock sensor code as well from being lean.Knock ...
|1997 Ford Taurus GL 3.0L heater VIN: 1FALP52U1V
no heat inside vehicle,cooling system flushed,heater core back flushed,waterpump replaced
|1997 Ford F-150 Lariat 4.6L engine VIN: 1FTDX1862V
Hello folks, This miserable truck had dirty coolant & a very intermittent overheating problem. Now after a complete flush of all components, replacing new coolant, thermostat, & a brand new "two row" heavy duty radiator, the temperature guage is rock steady f...
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|1995 Ford E-350 Econoline XL 5.8L Poor Idle Quality, Stall VIN: 1FBJS31H8S
Bad wire in tps circuit. Caused problem(voltage jumped around when harness shook. Thanks for all your help. ED Trouble codes: 122 (tps less than minimum voltage).