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|2000 Ford Excursion XLT 5.4L Hesitation, Surge, MIL Lamp on VIN: 1FMNU41L4Y
Hi all - I'm running out of ideas with this one. Vehicle came in with loss of power complaint on heavy acceleration. (almost feels like a restricted exhaust system). Also complaint of excessive pinging on light acceleration. Had 2 lean running codes - P0171 & ... Trouble codes: P0171, P0174
|2001 Ford F-150 King Ranch 5.4L rear noise VIN: 1FTRW08L11
hello to all techs out there i have a 2001 ford f150 with a groaning or chattering while braking i've changed the brakes and the e-brake shoes.also replaced the rear fluid and noise still there only there when braking.(i used frition modifier also)noise coming...
|2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty Lariat 5.4L noise in hub VIN: 1FTNX21L23
hey to all, have this ford truck with a rattle type noise in the front hub area. sounded at first like a shock washer rattleing. everything is tight in frt. end. the axle was loose in the hub bearing, replaced bearing assy. now axle tight. the washers were a l...
Fixes & Summaries for Ford
|1996 Ford E-150 Econoline 5.8L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1FDEE14H6T
Thanks to the three guys who replied to my request!! When the vehicle left that night, I told the customer that I would reflash the computer (There were 4 updates to be installed) and that i would clear KAM, to see if light would come back on. He hasn't been b... Trouble codes: P0385.
|1997 Ford F-250 7.3L engine VIN: 1FTJW36FOT
Replaced IPC sensor and plug. Thanks for the input
|1991 Mercury Grand Marquis LS 5.0L Excessive Emissions, Poor Idle Quality, Surge VIN: 2MECM75F4M
Thank you all for your assistance. The major portion of the problem was a hole in the vacuum line from the MAP sensor to the intake, under the upper intake in the back. IATN members are the best!!!