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1998 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer 4.0L All gears VIN: 1FMZU34E4W
Hey guys i've only given help this is my first time asking for some assistance on this one. SO THANKS in advance :) Car came in on the hook with an intermittent transmission issue. As the customer was driving on the freeway, the transmission disengaged and sh...
2001 Ford Expedition XLT 5.4L dead battery VIN: 1FMPU16L91
Expedition came in for no-start with dead battery.Charged battery and check alternator and battery and both are good.Did draw test and found draw of .6 amps.emove Narrowed done to something with battery saver relay staying entergized remove and draw goes away....

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1995 Ford Ranger Splash 4.0L Excessive Emissions, MIL Lamp on VIN: 1FTCR10X0S
Thanks for the advice, it was the ECU as I suspected. In hindsight if you ever see the PID data line for battery voltage (on a Ford anyway) @ "0" the ECU is toast. I ultimately put my labscope on the injectors directly, they were @ 7+ms @ idle. The scan readin... Trouble codes: P1132 (B1S1 rich), P1152 (B2S1 rich), P1151 (B2S1 lean), P0300 (Random misfire).
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