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Q: ABS light error codes
Hello. The ABS fuse will be located in the central junction box inside of the engine bay. It is likely that you have a short somewhere that is causing fuses to blow or interrupting another circuit. Your particular vehicle may...
Replacing rear brake pads
Hello! We will be happy to assist you with your 2010 Ford E-250. You will have to remove the whole caliper and bracket as one, then remove the caliper bolts from the bracket once the caliper and bracket is repositioned....
not starting filling tank
Hi! The symptoms you are describing for your 2013 Ford E-250 sound like that of a vacuum leak leaking intake manifold gasket. I suggest that you have the intake manifold tested with the smoke machine. Doing so will test your...
Blower motor stops when I accelerate
Does the motor stop or is the location of where it blows out of change? What you may be experiencing is that, when accelerating, the intake manifold vacuum is decreased. Vacuum is used to change the vents from defrost to...
when driving speed slow down and resume to speed it begins to jerk i have to put in over drive to resume speed especially on hiway
You should have the vehicle scanned. The data from the speed sensor needs to be checked to see if the transmission or engine is the cause of the jerking. You may have a transmission solenoid that's not shifting correctly, an...
My radiator hose is soft like I can squeeze it. I was checking for air in the line cause it feels like I got heat until I turn up
A faulty hose can not create this symptom. If a radiator hose can be squeezed, it only means there isn't pressure in the cooling system, but this can indicate a problem. Cooling systems are designed to hold pressure. This raises...
Starts, runs, and then stalls after about 10 minutes with new battery and alternator
Hello. This may be a sign of a failing ignition coil. As you may know, an ignition coil is made of a series of coil windings that generate current that is held and then transmitted to the spark plug wires...
My ford automatic transmission is slipping. Is there a quick fix?
Hi there. When it comes to a transmission slipping, there is no real quick way to fix it. Check the fluid to see if its full. If the fluid is full and is somewhat red, I recommend performing a transmission...
van starts, then slowly shuts off.
Hi - This "starts, then stalls" issue is most likely fuel system related (low fuel pressure, malfunctioning coolant temp sensor, air leak in the intake, stuck open EGR valve, but ignition problems are also possible. You don't mention the Check...
Q: Won't shift out of Park
Hi there. Yeah, I would assume this is a shift solenoid problem or other brake light switch electrical glitch that is causing all of these systems to be having problems. I would recommend having a professional mobile mechanic come to...
My right blinker won't stop
The turn signal switch should be disconnected to see if the switch is the cause of the turn signals staying on. If the light stop when you put the 4 way flashers on and off ten times then replace the...
have replaced crankshaft sensor twice in one week? what can be causing this?
In your circumstance, there are a few failure modes that could potentially apply: If the crankshaft has a heavily worn main thrust bearing, the crankshaft will move around and the thin metal plate running through the crank sensor can repeatedly...
Keep getting the following codes, p0401,p0171,p0316,p0301,p0303, pending p1507 and pending p0308.Engine runs rough. poor idling.
Hi there. The first code you've listed, P0401 is an OBD-II generic code that the engine control module (ECM) detected the engine exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve is not flowing enough recirculated exhaust gases when it is commanded to open...
Engine RPM fluctuates
Hi There, It sounds like you may have a dirty or failing idle air control valve causing your engine idle to fluctuate. The idle air control valve is a small valve on the engine's intake system that reads the air...
Where is the wiper pulse board located in a 2003 Ford Econoline van E-250.
The aftermarket part for your vehicle is the Dorman wiper motor pulse board module 906-151. If you view an image of this module on the Internet and then look beneath your dashboard above the brake and accelerator pedal area, you...
Blower motor and a/c compressor stopped at same time, relay and fuse are good and changed control panel. 2006 E-250 4.6
It's very possible that you can have a wiring issue within your dashboard related to the climate control system. I would recommend having your climate control circuit or inspected by a qualified professional to determine if any breaks in the...
Temperature gauge moves up and down rapidly (does'nt jump).
The wire yl/lb from the PCM to the coolant temperature sensor seems to have a break in it. However, when jumping the wire from the PCM to the sensor could have been in contact with another circuit causing the gauge...
when i pump gas the pump is triggered to stop before its full
Hi Sparrow. Thanks for the follow-up question. When a gas pump shuts off sooner than it should, it's due to one of two possible issues. Either the pump is damaged, or there is an issue with the fuel tank -...
i hear a mechanical whoop noise when i step on the gas, what is it
Hi Sparrow. Thanks for contacting us tonight. There are many possible reasons why your E-250 is causing the noises you are hearing. Some of the possible issues could be a damaged wheel bearing, loose vacuum line, cracked exhaust manifold or...
follow up on the fill issue
Thanks for the question. Actually, any certified professional mechanic can complete a fuel system inspection to isolate the source of the fuel tank issue. If you have any check engine lights, it's likely that the EVAP system is the source....

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