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Car lights not coming on. Were working before.
Having all your dashboard lights fail on you can be a frustrating experience. Since it sounds like all of your lights are unable to turn on after having once turned on before, it is unlikely that all the bulbs burnt...
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Electrical problems with truck
The ignition key cylinder turns a mechanism in the steering column normally. If this mechanism breaks, then the ignition key cylinder will not turn the ignition switch. The steering column covers will need to be removed to find the broken...
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was trying to turn up the injection pump can broke off the tip of the Allen wrench and it fell inside the pump what do I do now
Hi there, thanks for writing in about your 1990 Ford F-150. You should try and use a magnet tip tool to try and extract the broken piece of the Allen tool. The piece could get in and cause the injection...
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Vehicle won't start; engine turns; stalls
Hi, thanks for writing in about your 2002 Ford Excursion. The first thing to check is the glow plug control module (GPCM) connector. Ford has a TSB out for 2002 and 2003 model Excursions with a diesel engine where there...
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Is a manual transmission check plug the same thing as a drain plug
Hello there, thanks for writing in. You can go ahead and try to add the drain plugs. I am pretty sure they are the same size on these transmissions.
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Overheating and Wont start
Hello. The symptoms you are describing likely stem from a blown head gasket(s). To have this diagnosed definitely will require an on-site inspection.
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My truck loses power when i drive and stops and starts agai light comes on says fill filter i replaced fill filter
The fuel filter sensor is telling you that there is water in the fuel filter. If excess water gets in the fuel, you will experience a loss of power and running problems. The engine cannot run on water. If you...
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Will not go into park. 1993 Ford F250
Hi - yes, you are correct - the "play" in the shift linkage is probably preventing the transmission lever from moving all the way to the "Park" position. I would recommend a shift linkage inspection by a mobile, professional mechanic,...

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