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E-150 Econoline Club Wagon

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Van shudders at speeds over 50mph - 1995 Ford E-150 Econoline Club Wagon
As you speed up there is normal tire gyrations that the shocks and suspension will dampen out. When the shocks or another steering component go bad, it no longer can dampen out the vibrations. The shocks and king pins should...
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Front end shake
If you have any play in the pitman arm or any front end component can cause it to shake when driving. The shocks, ball joints, or kingpins or tie rod ends can all be worn if your pitman arm is...
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Tapping noise at high rpm only.
Hello, thanks for writing in about your Ford E-150. The noise may be the engine is pinging from pre-ignition. This can be due to ignition timing that is too far advanced. Another possibility is that the EGR valve is not...
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My van was running great then it started to back fire, won't get up to speed and dies when I push on the gas.
There are a couple recalls that may pertain to this vehicle for fuel delivery system and circuit problems that may cause the fuel pump to not supply enough fuel to the fuel supply system. Call the local dealer with your...
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My truck will not go over 20 rpm even when reeving, but sometimes it will. would you know any reason it would do this
You would need to first to check the fuel pressure to see if the fuel pump in the tank and on frame is pumping the correct pressure and the filter is not clogged. Replace the fuel pump on frame and...
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Do i need a new gasket to service my rear differential. or is there a drain plug.
The rear differential is serviced by removing the rear differential cover. The cover once removed is sealed using silicone as a gasket on most rear ends. Before you remove cover you will see if silicone or a gasket was used....

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