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Answers to common Ford LTS8000F questions

I hit a curb leaving my subdivision. I have 3 warning messages that keep popping up.
Answered by Kevin
One of the data inputs to the AdvanceTrac stability control system on your car comes from the electronic wheel speed sensors that are installed at all four wheel positions. The AdvanceTrac sensor, and/or the wiring to the sensor, at the...
The car will start but does not move in drive or reverse, makes humming noise.
Answered by Marvin
Hi there. First check the brake system and see if the brakes (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/proportioning-combination-valve-replacement) are stuck on. If the brakes are not stuck on, then the transmission may have low fluid. Check the transmission fluid level and see if its full...
Display shows "Service AdvanceTrac", what does that mean?
Answered by Jeff
AdvanceTrac is the traction control system that is used in Ford vehicles. Your car is equipped with wheel speed sensors (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/speed-sensor-replacement) at each of the four wheels which monitor wheel speed while relaying this information to the traction control system,...
How does the speedometer work?
Answered by YourMechanic
Unless you’ve gone off the pavement and into the wild, you’re driving your car on a road with a speed limit. It’s important to follow those limits, not only because they’re the law, but because they help ensure your safety....

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