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With some variation based on model year and country of use most faults will latch and self clear. By latching the fault, it is stored and in some cases the "check engine light" also referred to as the …
answered Nov 20 '13 by mikes
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I would check the trans fluid level and engine oil level. It is possible that the tranny fluid got hot and bubbled out the vent. If the fluid level is low I would just add some to get it to the corre …
answered Jan 5 '15 by mikes
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From the sites I've checked the fronts are the same the rears are different.
answered Jul 14 '12 by mikes
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Overheating problems can be difficult to pinpoint in older vehicles since it may be caused by several parts performing at marginal levels. Do some visuals first. Did you get all the air out of the sys …
answered Jun 4 '13 by mikes
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It is possible that you have a front wheel bearing/hub that is bad. With the steering wheel locked, safely raise the front wheel off the ground. Grab the tire and rock it back and forth while holding …
answered Jan 18 '13 by mikes
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Most auto parts stores carry some sort of vinyl repair kit. They consist of a liquid that air dries. In your case you may want to tape the edges leaving some of the tear exposed while the repaired are …
answered Dec 17 '13 by mikes
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The words you want to remember while setting the timing is top dead center ready to fire.You want both valves closed.They make a tool that inserts in the spark plug hole that whistles as you rotate th …
answered Apr 1 '12 by mikes
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I believe this model uses a hydraulic throwout bearing to disengage the clutch. Some brands come pre-bled with a clutch mastercylinder,hose and slave as one assembly. Look for some type of cover on th …
answered May 7 '13 by mikes
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The Ford dealer can do it by using your vehicle serial number, I have no idea what they charge for the service. If you are a regular customer they may be nice and do it for free. An alternative is to …
answered Jun 14 '13 by mikes
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It appears to be a Rostra unit their site http://www.rostra.com/rostra-support.php has an extensive support page. That is why I asked about the tail lights, they mentioned it. I would go to the site i …
answered Dec 29 '12 by mikes
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There are two ways to tell. Your local ford dealer can tell by decoding the VIN (the vehicle indentification number). It is usually located on the dashboard at the base of the windshield on the … drivers side. If you look under the hood there is usually a sticker on the frame near the radiator that will say complies with California or 49 state emissions. The sticker may be missing so a call to the Ford dealer is the most reliable. …
answered Apr 27 '13 by mikes
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As @mac has stated it is impossible to know for sure without some photos. Most aftermarket suppliers want everyone to see you have their product. Aftermarket/performance calipers will usually have the …
answered Sep 18 '13 by mikes
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A likely culprit is a sticking fuel float or needle valve assembly. The valve may have been stuck in the full fuel bowl position, or a piece of sediment may have blocked the port. The vibration caused …
answered Jul 21 '13 by mikes
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My guess is to keep the a/c unit from icing up. By putting it on a timer you are inducing warmer air after 5 minutes.
answered Jan 28 '15 by mikes
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The most cost effective method is to climb in the trunk and close the lid. Have a friend spray the trunk area with a garden hose. Concentrate the water at the rear window edges and the trunk lid weath …
answered Nov 23 '17 by mikes

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