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1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 5.0L Mating transmision to engine VIN: 1FMEU15N9S
This is an ancient 1996 Bronco (I gave a VIN for a '95, but for this, it shouldn't matter) where I got the job to replace the slave cylinder, which is the one incorporated with the release bearing and requires transmission removal to replace. Its a beater and ...
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1998 Ford Windstar GL 3.8L MIL Lamp on VIN: 2FMZA5148W
Hi everyone, I have a windstar I'm having a hard time with.Vehicle came in with a torn up synchronizer and cam sensor, it had been out before and had a repair pigtail on it. I replaced the parts reset the cam sensor cleared codes and started it up, p0340 came ... Trouble codes: P0340 (cam signal fault)
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2001 Ford Ranger XL 2.3L Lifter noise? VIN: 1FTYR14D71
This truck had the head removed for valve replacement. The machine shop said they adjusted the valves. Upon reassembly, it has a very distinct loud tapping noise which was not there before the head work. It only happens at idle, below 1200 RPM. As soon as you ...
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2000 Ford Excursion Limited 6.8L rear heater VIN: 1FMNU43S7Y
Thanks to all who replied. I just got the rig back and removed the water pump. Unbelievable! Not a blade left on the impeller! I can't believe it didn't overheat. New pump and she's down the road. Thanks again, Steve
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