This service does not include any diagnosis of code which may already be present in the computer. Only repair pedestals that are actually leaking, not those that have a film of oil from seepage. Installing a steering damper may correct this condition. No white smoke on start, I would rule out a gp issue. If all settings are correct, proceed with normal diagnosis. I stopped and looked to make sure everything under the hood was still attached and everything seemed fine.
I haven't noticed any unusual smoke. So I have been fighting an electrical issue off and on since I bought the Excursion and I am at my wits end! From that day it does the same thing every 2 or 3 days, Is that a serious problem? Check codes before hand and have a P132b code. I was gentle with the right foot and all seemed well. Make sure there are no breaks, or rub areas. Measure vertically from the lowest point of the wheel rim not from the ground to the wheel lip.
Accelerator Pedal Recall 03B03: This recall is for certain 2002 and 2003 F-series and Excursions with adjustable pedals. Info on the PowerCore air filter can be viewed at Requires Adobe Acrobat. Once the fluid level stabilizes, reinstall the plug and check the transmission fluid level, adjusting as needed. The codes should be cleared and no repair attempt made unless they return. Clear code, tune the truck and head out for the weekend. Where are the known chaffing points on the 03' 6. Torque Converter Drain Elimination: Ford is eliminating the fluid drain on all of their torque converts.
The sensor is located between the valve cover and the block. Unlike gas fuel injectors where the solenoid lifts a pintle off a seat to allow pressurized fuel to flow into the cylinder, the solenoid in Ford diesel fuel injectors allows high pressure oil to flow. Broadcast Message 3777 02 E-van Water Pump Pulley Bolts Loose: Some vans may have loose water pump pulley bolts, which could lead to the bolts shearing or damage to the pulley or water pump. But this truck it doesn't matter if it's 100 outside it will not start without plugging in for at least 1 hour. Make sure there are no breaks, or rub areas.
I let it run for about 15 minutes to charge the batteries a little. Thinking that it would fix my P0603 and the missing issue I was having. By troubleshoot, I do not mean try this, try this, as that has been what is happening. I ran truck and pulled each injector loose and engine would stumble. Drive the vehicle in circles for five minutes in each direction to distribute the fluid.
I really am starting to not like fords! The missing issues are gone, but I keep getting a p0603. It does not seem to be related to ambient temperature, or the amount of warm-up idle. Each head should be isolated and the high oil pressure checked in each, looking for an imbalance in pressure. The high pressure oil pump pulls oil from the reservoir and raises the pressure to the point where it can pop open the injectors. Once exsisting stocks of Mercon is depleted it will no longer be available. I test drove my truck yesterday for the first time with the newly rebuilt transmission.
This is my second ford I've owned and know that when weather gets cold you may have to plug it in. I mean making test measurements and diagnostics. This s a normal design characteristic. If the high oil pressure is lower in one head, suspect injector o-rings. The code did not come back. P0603 may be set if the batteries or computer are disconnected. If the trcuk already has the gray sensor, it will be released with no repair.
The high idle is constant. Measure the voltage at the relay when the key is in the start position. To test the engine needs to be warmed up to operating temperature engine oil temp above 170 degrees. Isepct the o-rings--in no damage is found, the cooler bundle should be pressure tested. The engine oil pump not only pumps oil to lubricate engine components, but also pumps oil into a reservoir to be used by the high pressure oil pump.
The hose clamps can be replaced by using a heat gun to soften the glue retaining the clamp to the hose. The cluster will have to be checked to check the configuration. This may be due to the hydralic line retaining roll pin coming out of the clutch master or slave cylinder. It is hard to start plugged in cold or warmed up. Hutch mod on tank re-circulator was stopped up deleted it, added inline filter. This condition typically only occurs on the first start of the day in cool or cold temperatures and generally lasts for less than a minute.