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|1996 Ford Mustang GT 4.6L Mechanical VIN: 1FALP42X1T
I just finished installing a new 4.6 engine on this 1996 Ford Mustang. Engine runs perfect but I am getting a bad vibration from the clutch area that vibrates the entire vehicle. I can look through the inspection hole with the engine running and see the fork, ...
|2008 Ford F-150 Lariat 5.4L Timing chain VIN: 1FTPW14V98
We are doing our first timing chain kit on a 5.4 engine. One of the plastic guides broke and jumped time, and we don't have the tool to pull the cam followers yet. Can we set the crank key at 12:00 and do it with them still in there? All data shows pulling pha...
Fixes & Summaries for Ford
|1995 Ford Thunderbird LX 4.6L Poor Idle Quality, Hesitation, Cuts out, Stall, Misfire VIN: 1FALP62WXS
Well this will be the last unserviced vehicle I ever accept into our shop again. We finaaly zeroed in on the 'multiple' problems that were compounding the situation and now the vehicle runs like a new vehicle. The combination of problems were: CAM and Crank Se... Trouble codes: 1407 (EGR no vacume/flow).
|1996 Ford Mustang GT 4.6L Charging VIN: 1FALP42X1T
Ran a new key on power source to both wires going in to the alternator.
|2007 Ford Freestyle SEL 3.0L Transmission VIN: 1FMDK02177
38K used tranny is back in and vehicle is running good. Thanks to all of you who took the time to reply. Seems parts for this thing are a bit on the high side and customer wanted to get it done dependably for less. So the used trans was his best option.
|2008 Ford Expedition King Ranch 5.4L valve train VIN: 1FMFK18568
Thank you for telling me to remove the belt. It turned out to be the grooved idler pulley near the power steering pump. For future reference, a noise exactly like a air filled power steering pump, it may be a pulley. Again, Thanks