03 Ford Focus will not accelerate?
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Why might a 2000 Ford Focus manual transmission not accelerate when the gas pedal is pressed even though the engine revs up?
Answer . The clutch is worn out or needs adjustment. . Or, you are just not utilizing the button under the shifter knob, that releases the transmission out of overdrive. You will find that the transmission will keep up with the RPM's if it is not in overdrive. EDIT: There is no overdrive button f…or a manual tranny, that's what the 5th gear is for. If the RPMS are going up and the speed isn't, it's time to have your clutch examined. ( Full Answer )
What would cause your 2001 Ford Focus to produce a clunking noise during acceleration that disappears after the engine warms up?
Answer . \nsounds like the right front motor mount .i replaced mine and the clunking sound went away
Answer . sounds like coil pak to me but yu will need to find out which cylinder it is first.. could be transmission...get your tranny fluid changed and filter see what that does for you
Is it normal for a 2001 Ford Focus to jerk hard to the right when you are accelerating away from a stop?
Answer . Often a loose steering component on a front wheel drive vehicle can allow a wheel to pull one way or the other when you step on the gas.
you probably blew your MAF sensor on the intake. its $550 at any Nissan dealer. good luck. and don't install no other "cold air intakes" on your car. you wont get anything out of your car with those.... look it just cost you 550 dolllars
Cars nowadays do NOT have carburetors . All new cars do not have carburetors. They now have fuel injection, a coil pack and spark plugs of course. The wires from the spark plugs (in the engine) go to the coil pack (looks like just the top of a distributor) that has a certain firing order.
Answer . A special tool called a BFH is needed. Any good mechanic will have one on hand.
Answer . yes you can just give Jam Sport a call on 01604 75 55 29 and they will be able to sort out a price for you. our just vist there web site on. www.jam-sport.co.uk . Hope this has helped chris
Lok at the engine end of the upper radiator hose no its not its at the lower end of the radiator hose end
\nI think its some kind of thermionic fuse or resistor, maybe behind the glove compartment. A cheap item.\n. \nI saw the answer before, it is not available now as far as I see
The way you change the serpentine belt is be decreasing thepressure on the tensioners. There are key pressure points youshould press to release the belt.
A oil leak on a Ford Focus is usually caused by a worn seal orgasket. This usually occurs on older engines where they seals beginto break down.
The maximum towing capacity of a Ford Focus depends on the type ofhitch you choose. A 1-1/4 inch trailer hitch on a Ford Focus cantow a maximum of 2000 pounds.
The od light means that the over-drive is off. Pushing the little button on the shifter selector will turn it on (when the dummy light is not on) and off (when the dummy light is lit).
I do know in my car - ford fiesta. It is under the car mat on drivers side. And there was a little rectangular thing that you can open, and it is in there.. Hope this helps.
To replace the antenna on a Ford Focus remove the antenna from thebase using a screwdriver. Remove the lighting assembly hose with asmall key. Remove the plug in wires and the plastic housing. Putthe new antenna base in place than screw in the new antenna.
If a Ford Focus is stuck in park, you should first check to makesure the gear is not stuck. You also need to make sure you haveyour foot on the brake in order to move it out of park.
if it is not a manual car you can drill through the mounts where the clutch should be there are 2 holes with plastic covers pick one of the two to drill through
Using a flat head screwdriver very carefully flick the console part of the hand brake from the centre to the front and very gently prise it up or trust me the plastic console part will break the back part does lift up with a little persuasion with the screw driver , the adjuster nut can be found on …the right side of the hand break at the rear of the unit remove the locking washer and with a 13 mm open ended spanner or long reach socket tighten clockwise the adjuster nut with the hand brake off but with the vehicle in gear to prevent rolling away. every two or three turns apply your foot on the break peddle . let the car roll and apply the hand break this should stop the vehicle on the third click to a full stop . the next click ie; number 4 is the piece of mind click take off the hand break and allow vehicle to roll to check for break bind ,it should be free . Fit all that has been removed gently and away you go if unlike me you have not broken the console gaitor then you should be proud . ( Full Answer )
The basic model doesn't have it - only the Ghia model comes with cruise control as standard.
currently trying to sort this out for my 05 plate focus and have been told i have to buy the mounts from ford dealer for around Â£17.00
ford focus stalling at idle but not cutting off the check engine light is on please help so i dont get rip off thanks
When a vehicle won't start first check to see if the battery isdead. If not then check the gas, if neither of these are the issuecontact a mechanic.
The temperature sensor on a Ford Focus is located on top of theengine, near the upper radiator hose. It sends a constant signal tothe vehicle's computer about its temperature.
The focus rs is based on the focus but the fastest and much sportier version. the mk1 is different as it comes with bucket seats, wider arches, a 2L turbocharged engine and is only available in imperial blue.
The fact that you posted this question leads me to think that there'ssomething wrong with it. That's as much as we can tell you. Since wecan't be hands-on to take a look at it ourselves, our only way ofdiagnosis is what you tell us, and you've told us nothing... you haven'ttold us what it does or do…esn't do. We can't tell you what's wrong whenyou give us nothing to go off of. ( Full Answer )
The radiator cooling fan or your fan for the heater and air conditioning? If it is the fan for your heater and air conditioning it could be several thing. The most common problems are the blower motor switch goes bad (the switch that you select your fan speed with). The blower motor resistor often g…oes bad too (it is usually mounted very close to the blower motor itself). Rarely, the blower motor itself can go bad. This is the motor that turns the fan. It is just a basic 12 volt motor and can be tested by connecting it directly to a car battery. You should also check your fuses to make sure a fuse is not blown and you should make sure your wires going to the fan are still intact and are not cut or shorted out. ( Full Answer )
There's one screw on the outside holding the taillight on and also a wing nut on the inside of the car that you can take off by hand.
Take it to a repair facility. There are EPA laws on the process, which you cannot possibly adhere to, unless you're licensed and certified.
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The ford focus has a fixed orrifix in the pipe from the evaporator to the condenser .it is replaceable with a special tool. It does not have a mechanical expansion has such.
Ok so we figured it out...Valve seals... There's oil on the 4cylinders spark plug & in the repair book we bought for the car it explains what oil deposits on the spark plugs mean & what it'll cause your car to do,& My car is doing everything listed. I either take it to a shop & let them fix it, or I… take the head out & bring it to them replace the valve seals ( Full Answer )
Ok everyone who is asking this question and is told to go to the owners manual and look, you are being told the wrong pages. The correct pages (and I don't know why it is located there) are 127-134. The fuses are described in the emergency information. I really hope this helps everyone. Fuse info …starts on Page 169, fuse box diagrams are on pages 171 - 176. 127 - 134 have nothing to do with fuses. It's Starting and Driving. ( Full Answer )
sure connect the positive terminal directly to the booster battery and the negative battery terminal to the body
you pull it off, sometimes they are stubborn and you just have to hit them off with a hammer
Most fuses are located behind a pull out panel on the left lower dash. When you pull this panel out they are located about 5 inches in toward the firewall. There is another bank of fuses and the relays under the hood on the left side near the firewall. An access cover lifts up to expose them.
It looks like it was filmed somewhere in South Africa. The placelooks a lot like Western Cape near Swellendam/East Mountain. Myfirst thought was Tradouw Pass, south of Barrydale.
the fuse panel is located inside veichle behind a small removeable couver at left end of instrument panel, below and to the left of steering column. you will find fuse on this panel.
For the ( 2005 ) Ford Focus : 3 door / 5 door : 168.5 inches 4 door sedan : 175.2 inches Wagon : 178.5 inches
I assume you mean it is getting bad gas mileage. Get it looked at, it sounds like it needs a tune up and the fluids/filters changed.
The North American 2012 Ford Focus is build at the Michigan Assembly Plant. Located in Wayne, MI.
If it's the engine, you probably need a tuneup. This consists of new spark plug wires and plugs. Do NOT gap the plugs. If you do, you will ruin the platinum coating and they will misfire. Make sure you keep the firing order correct, or you will get more of the same... shuddering.
Kinda depends what's wrong with it. Replacing it with a new one will remediate almost any problem, except for wiring, shorted antenna, or blown speaker.car is off and radio is still on
The 2012 Ford Focus has a dual-clutch automatic transmission - this is basically a manual transmission that shifts automatically (more efficient, but also much different from your modern day automatic transmission). Because of this, as you hit the breaks, the car doesn't really coast in neutral - it… downshifts through every gear. I myself have a 2012 Ford Focus. The transmission needs about 500-1000 miles to break-in the clutch. In addition, the transmission has fuzzy logic that adapts to your style of driving. You will notice that after that first 1000 miles or so, this won't be as noticeable. -Nick ( Full Answer )
That would be an engine cylinder misfire , but either more than one or it can't determine which engine cylinder is misfiring
the front senor is above the radiator and its in the middle beside the lock that opens the bonnet. thats where mines is and ive a 2003 model focus
Check fuse #34 in the passenger compartment fuse panel. It is a 20 amp fuse. It is YELLOW.
Open the drivers door and on the latch pillar is an information sticker that shows the VIN ( Vehicle Identification Number ) Also , if you look through the windshield from outside , on top of the dash on the drivers side there is a metal plate that has the VIN That's two of the places I know of
If you are interested in the Focus S Sedan, the price is $17,295. The Focus SE Sedan is $18,195 and the Focus SE 5-Door is $18,995. The Focus SEL Sedan costs $21,095 and the Focus SEL 5-Door is $21,895. The Focus Titanium Sedan is more expensive and costs $22,295. The most expensive Ford Focus is th…e Focus Titanium 5-Door, which costs $23,495. ( Full Answer )
Kelly-Springfield. Cheaper than Chinese tires and made from better rubber that doesn't dry-rot. I found that out the hard way when a chinese piece of junk came apart while my wife was driving. Four Kellys are almost $100 cheaper than the asian tires, too.