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Answers to common Ford Mustang Mach-E questions

Daughter just had a new battery in her 2005 Ford Focus. She finally got the car alarm to stop. The car wil not start. She is still
Answered by Jay
If the theft light is still on in the dash when the key is turned to on then the problem may be the theft module got cleared when battery was put in and the module will need reprogrammed to recognize...
My coolant is boiling out of my overflow tank.
Answered by Jeff
This is most likely the result of a failing fan switch relay (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/cooling-fan-relay-replacement) or a failed thermostat (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/thermostat-replacement). The thermostat is a component that regulates the flow of coolant through the motor based upon specific temperatures. When the engine reaches...
2004 Ford Explorer unstable at 65-80 mph
Answered by Scotty
First thing you'd want to do is change the shocks (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/symptoms-of-a-bad-or-failing-air-shocks) and struts (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/symptoms-of-a-bad-or-failing-strut-assembly) on it. When they are worn, and the wind blows, it's going to go to go all over the place. It's going to start moving too...
Replacing pinion bearing on a 2002 Ford Explorer
Answered by Scotty
Yes, why not get a used unit? Unfortunately, replacing those pinion things is a very complex and involved job. You need years of experience for a job like this. Now, sometimes I would take the differential off of a vehicle,...

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