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Answers to common Ford LNT900 questions

burning rubber smell and loud squealing noise but only when pushing the gas pedal?
Answered by Tim
Hi there. Assuming that you're not smoking your tires, this type of noise and smell is often associated with a worn out serpentine or drive belt, as the squealing noise is caused by the belt being loose and the smell...
I received error code P0130. What do I do next?
Answered by Jay
For this vehicle with 4.6 or 5.4 liter engine, the code P0130 (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/p0130-obd-ii-trouble-code-02-sensor-circuit-malfunction-bank-i-sensor-1-by-paul-lancette) could be due to a problem with the computer program calibration. There is a technical service bulletin (TSB) number 13-3-5 dated March 6th 2013. The TSB pertains...
Knocking sound when the car is moving, but not accelerating or braking.
Answered by Marvin
Hi there. Check the lug nuts on the front wheels and make sure that they are tight. The wheel could be loose and moving around. If the lug nuts are tight, then check around the wheel and see if there...
How do I turn on the hill descent feature?
Answered by YourMechanic
The hill descent feature helps control your transmission and brakes when you are going down a hill. To use the feature, press the Hill Descent button, which is on the terrain management control. You can increase the dill descent speed...

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