I have a 2004 ford explorer with a 4.6 engine, it has a high temp/low oil pressure light on. I have changed the oil pressure sensor and the cylinder head temp sensor and the light is still on and the temperature Gauge is not working. All fluids are good. I touch the wire at the plug with a led test light and the gauge went to working and the light went out. Once I took the test light from the wire the light come back on and the gauge fell back down. Can anyone help
flooding out can’t accelerate.
I’ve changed the EGR valve, PCV ell’s on tube, and o-rings on fuel injectors and now it wont crank at all.
Transmission only has reverse, no drive
Can you give me a time and cost estimate to replace clutch, master cylinder, slave cylinder and machine the flywheel?
I have replaced my seat belt because the other seat belt wouldn’t lock and it did not fix the seat belt alarm from going off and now it goes off constantly is it OK to cut the seat belt wire under the seat would it effect anything else?
The heater is blowing hot air in the back seats and cold air up front, what causes this?
I had my spark plugs changed but one was loose gas went every where now I have the smell of gas in my car what could be the problem.
Crank no start, died on way home, wouldn’t start back up, tried jumping battery, no good, towed home.
Hi, putting in a fresh long block. Can I eliminate the a/c compressor by changing tensioner, idler and serpentine length without encountering electrical issues by leaving the compressor harness connectors unplugged?