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2005 Ford Escape Hybrid 2.3L Parasitic Drain VIN: 1FMYU96H15
260 mA load at rest. Should be (50mA Car has signs of rust typical from Michigan type climate. What typically draws power at rest on these Hybrid Escapes?

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2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT 6.0L No Start VIN: 1FTNW21P83
Most backed up my ideas on this truck, so I have the students pulling the turbo and valve covers to get down so we can pressure test the high pressure oil system, and replace the pump if no leaks are found. Got approval to replace the two injectors that faile...
2006 Ford Taurus SEL 3.0L Hesitation, Misfire VIN: 1FAFP56U36
Thanks for all your input. This did turn out to be a bad coil pack. Could not find anything bad in the resistance readings and no cracks on the top or bottom. However after I replaced the plugs I didn't recheck the spark. When I did, the spark from #3 towe... Trouble codes: P0300 (Random Miss), P0303 (3 Cyl Miss), P0316 (Miss on Start Up), P0353 (Ignition Coil C Ckt Fault).
2006 Ford E-250 4.6L Steering VIN: 1FTNE24W46
The ball joints fixed this one. No surprise to most of you. Could not feel drag with tie rods off and rotating. Would have went there sooner but customer originally said had them replaced to correct same problem with only 32k miles. Used motorcraft parts and i...
2011 Ford Explorer Limited 3.5L ABS light on VIN: 1FMHK7F8XB
Thanks to Rick who put me on the right track. The speed sensors are the same on both sides so swapping them wouldn't tell me anything but I looked closer at the sub-harness the sensors plug into and it would go on either way and still latch into the body clip ...
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