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2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4.0L rack VIN: 1FMZU67E31
My question is WHY do these vehicles have a terrible shimmy after lifting on a hoist and manually turning the wheels.The ford rangers and the explorers are the only ones I seen do this.It will go away after prolonged driving but the customers freak when it hap...
2001 Ford Escort SE 2.0L Poor Idle Quality, Misfire, poor acceleration VIN: 3FAFP13P11
This vehicle came in because the owner thought they had a broken timing belt it turned out the vehicle had no compression on cyl # 3&4 after tear down found #4 intake valve seat had come apart damaging the piston and cylinder head leaving debri stuck all in th...
2002 Ford F-150 XL 4.2L intake VIN: 1FTRF18242
Howdy ya'll. What I am working on here is a 2002 F150 with a coolant leak. Found the 90 degree elbow that is pressed into the intake to be leaking. I grabbed it and it broke off. Rusted real bad and now I will have to get the broken piece out. Looks like the u...

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2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty XLT 6.0L Engine Oil Leak
WOW IT'S FIXED! Thanks a lot everyone. After installing dye, I ran the truck and let it leak. My first leak was the camshaft position sensor causing a leak and oil running down the front of the engine (looked like a power steering fluid leak at first) and that...
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