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This Ford Motor Company video explains Intelligent Oil-Life Monitoring. At the end of the video, it states that if it has been a year since your last oil change, regardless of the mileage, the …
answered Jan 5 '17 by CharlieRB
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According to the Ford Parts site the part only cost about $25.00 (USD). I am not familiar with how to change this part, but it is entirely possible the rest of the amount quoted is for labor and …
answered Nov 29 '16 by CharlieRB
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Typically these codes are in the owner's manual. Check the documentation that came with the car. I have also seen posts that the code is also on the side of the glove box. Here is a video how to find it - How to Fix Ford Music System Key Code Issue in Ford Figo / Ford Fiesta Classic. …
answered Aug 21 '17 by CharlieRB
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Yes, you can add 95 octane to the tank that has 91 octane in it. Blending fuel together is harmless. Mid-grade gasoline is typically a blend of lower and higher octane from their respective tanks an …
answered Nov 17 '17 by CharlieRB
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. If I recall correctly, Ford used a single sensor mounted to the top front of the rear differential. It is held in with a single bolt. Make sure the connector was plugged back in. Also, if you used the one that came with the axle, it may be bad. …
answered Jan 5 '18 by CharlieRB
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The oil light is not a tool to tell you when to put oil in. The oil light is a warning that something serious is wrong. Oil is used to lubricate the engine and must circulate while running. The ligh …
answered Oct 11 '17 by CharlieRB
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Assuming you are asking why it nearly overheated again, there are a few possible reasons this could be. When you added from empty, there was some air stuck in the system. When it worked its way thru …
answered Sep 6 '17 by CharlieRB
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There are a few things it could be. Dirt in the brake drums (if its not rear disc) Pads or shoes have been damaged or become worn Hardware has come loose and is getting caught as you are braking Rus …
answered Apr 25 '14 by CharlieRB
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A bad or defective battery can play all kinds of games on you. What you have described is most likely a dead cell in the battery. It can act like it has power when it technically does not have enough …
answered Nov 30 '16 by CharlieRB
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Air flow in the heater box is not in the direction I originally thought. Having found a diagram, I was able to determine the air is passed thru the AC evaporator core all the time. Then, depending o …
answered Feb 20 '17 by CharlieRB
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Got to thinking about this being a cold start only issue. You said above 50F you don't have problems. To an engine, 50F is still COLD. So I was thinking why is this a factor. It got me thinking of wha …
answered Feb 23 '17 by CharlieRB
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It is not likely the quality of the gasoline causing the change. The sensors are unable to evaluate the chemical makeup of the fuel. It could be a change in your driving habits, changes in temperature …
answered Mar 5 '18 by CharlieRB
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essentially plugs in where you unplugged from the radio. Do an Internet search for "ford mondeo iso adapter". It will look something like this. Some are complete, while some require you to splice the wires from your new radio harness to this adapter. …
answered Mar 23 '18 by CharlieRB
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WARNING: Using it in this condition could cause server internal damage to the engine, cause complete engine failure and/or strand you somewhere. Anytime the oil pressure light comes on, it means the e …
answered Feb 27 '17 by CharlieRB
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The vehicle computer uses the camshaft position (CMP) sensor signal to do a number of things from engine timing to controlling the fuel injectors. Some vehicles determine when to turn on/off the fuel …
answered Jan 5 '17 by CharlieRB

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