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I need a diagram to where all the vacuum hoses go on a 2001 ford escape 3.0
Hi Christopher. Thanks for the question today. Unfortunately, we can't help you here, since we can't attach files or images to this platform. You should contact a local Ford dealership service or parts department, as they should be able to...
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On my 2009 Ford Escape, the steering wheel vibrates/shakes harshly when car is turned on & continues while in P, D, R, N, all gear
Hi Tiffany. Thanks for contacting us today. There are several moving parts that comprise the steering and suspension system on your Ford Escape. One or a few of them could be loose or damaged and be causing this issue. However,...
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won't crank
There is a technical bulletin that could correct the issue you are having. The bulletin is 06-9-3 and covers water leaking into the left side of the vehicle causing corroded wire terminals connections. The bulletin shows many pictures that show...
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Window not working
If the motor does make a noise when the Down button is pressed, then the motor is not the cause; either the regulator is binding the motor from turning the window up, or the switch needs to be replaced at...
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Where do I find the vehicle identification number?
The vehicle identification number, or VIN, for your car gives a lot of information about the vehicle. You’ll also need it for titling purposes, for insurance and in many other situations. The information contained in the VIN includes where...
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Where and how should children be seated?
While adults can sit in any position in your car, that’s not true for children. Children must be properly seated at all times, but the type of seating will vary depending on your child’s age, weight and more. Here’s a...
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What type of gasoline should I use?
Your car’s engine was designed to use gasoline, rather than diesel. However, not all grades of gas are the same. The right type is necessary to prevent knocking and potential engine damage. You should only use 87 octane gas or...
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What should I know about the system warnings displayed in the message center?
Your car’s message center (if equipped) is “information central” for a wide range of different things. It can show information about tire pressure, about doors that aren’t closed and a great deal more. Of course, there are a few things...
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What should I do if I run out of gas?
While your car is equipped with a couple of different warning systems to alert you to the fact that you’re low on gas, it’s still possible to run out while you’re on the road. In this instance, you’ll have to...
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What is the message center?
If your car is equipped with it, the message center provides you with access to a very wide range of information about your car. For instance, you can use it to access your trip odometers, the remaining fuel in the...
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What is the front passenger sensing system?
Your car’s air bag system is very advanced and capable of monitoring many different things. The front passenger sensing system is designed to tell the car’s computer a lot of different things about what’s going on with the passenger front...
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What does the Speed Control Light mean in the dash?
Your car is equipped with a speed control system (what other automakers refer to as cruise control). The Speed Control Light looks like a little picture of a speedometer with an arrow on it. If the light comes on in...
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What does the Passenger Air Bag Off Light mean?
If the passenger sensing system detects that there’s no one sitting in the passenger front seat or if several other conditions are met, the Passenger Air Bag Off Light will turn on in the dash. It’s important that you know...
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What does the park brake engaged warning mean in the message center?
Your car’s message center can provide you with a lot of important information about the various systems on your car, their condition, and more. If you see a warning message that says “Park brake engaged,” it most likely means that...
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What does the odometer do?
Your car’s odometer does one thing – it shows you the mileage on the engine. This number cannot be changed. In fact, it’s against the law to tamper with your odometer. There are two trip odometers available that can be...
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What does the Engine Oil Pressure Light mean on the dash?
Your car’s engine needs oil – it lubricates, reduces friction and ensures a long life. However, it also needs to maintain the right amount of pressure in the engine. If pressure drops, it means there’s something going wrong. The Engine...
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What does the Door Ajar Light mean on the dash?
Driving with a door open is never a good idea – it’s dangerous for passengers and cargo, and it can let debris, exhaust and other threats into the car. To help ensure that you don’t get on the road with...
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What does the check fuel fill inlet warning mean in the message center?
Today’s cars have very comprehensive emissions monitoring systems. Not only does the computer monitor the engine and the exhaust, but it also monitors your fuel system. If it detects an evaporative emissions leak (gas), it may display a warning in...
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What does the air bag Light mean on the dash?
Your car has a number of air bags throughout the cabin designed to work with the seat belts to provide better safety for you and your passengers. The air bag Light in the dash is a readiness indicator. It should...

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