It's sometimes difficult to word the entire question in such a short space, but it seems like you're describing an engine that is building up crankcase pressure. Try starting the engine with the oil fill cap off, see if there is a lot of "blowby". That's when quite a bit of exhaust gas gets past the pistons and builds pressure in the crankcase. When that happens, rubber or neoprene seals are unable to hold back the pressure and oil will leak out. If the PCV valve is blocked it COULD be part of the problem. If you replace the PCV valve it MIGHT help, but if you still do that and still blow the seals, you have a more serious problem.
The Daytime Running Lights Module needed to be replaced and the problem was solved.
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the symptoms you describe sound like a starter problem. replace it and your problems will be through!
Replace flapper or check fill valve for problem.
probably misaligned your crank sensor.. I'm dealing with the same problem, might need to replace with new and make sure to gap properly.
Yes, if the filter is clogged. Replace it and see if that solves your problem.
Just had this problem. I replaced the oxygen sensor and it appears to be running fine.
mine did that and i replaced the crank shaft sensor,problem was fixed
sounds like a fuel problem change the fuel filter first
replace the fule filter that is under the driver side frame.
Replace the ignition module and see if that don't fix your problem.
It will be smoking black out of the exhaust / Running RICH. Spark plugs will be fouled out/ Black. Replace them if it is running rich. Plugs will not fix your problem. Replace map sensor.
Try getting the PCV pipe replaced. Mine had a problem with it conking-out at stops and on turns and that turned-out to be the problem. It could also be a vacuum leak.
If the heater blower has humming noise when motor is running, first check its capacitor. If the capacitor is fine, then the motor is the problem and may need to be replaced.
Did you replace the master. It might be by passing.
If it's running like it's supposed to, there's no need to replace it. I have an 87 Silverado, and it's never had the injectors replaced.
Thermostat sticking. Replace thermostat and gasket.
When you experience a problem such as rough running when weather is damp or when they show any signs of cracking or damage.
When you replaced the fuel pump did you replace the short fuel line from the pump to sending unit? I didn't when I replaced the fuel pump on my 94 Safari and I had that problem. Also check to see if the pump is running when you turn the key on it should run for a few seconds. If pump works replace fuel filter. If still no luck check the fuel pressure. It should be around 80 to 100 psi.
Perhaps plugged radiator - have it boiled out or replaced
i have found that about 95% of the time on fords after rebuilding the motor that you need to replace the radiator and that will solve your problem.
You should replace your running shoes every year.
Check the gas tank for water at the bottom of the tank. That is a common problem.
Get the carbon canister checked out I had same problem after get coils replaced on my clio
need to replace my front lower running / blinker bulb how do i do it