Ford Bronco won't start Ignition hard to turn if wheel not turned sharply Sounds like it wants to start but doesn't New battery new starter Vehicle died when driving less than 14 tank in vehicle Rebui?
I'm not a Mechanic and I am having the same problem with my Bronco. According to what I have been reading the part in question is the Ignition Lock Cylinder. Sometimes they get dirt in them and just need a little lubrication like WD40. I am going to try this on mine tonight and will let you know how it goes. If this doesn't fix the problem then you will probably have to replace it.
my bronco has a stiff key to turn as well, if you were driving one day and your truck died, you could have a clogged fuel filter, or a bad fuel pump $175 new, i replaced my fuel pump by cutting a whole in the floor behind the back seat, wouldn't recommend that unless your confident your not going to cut the tank hoses. also if it trys to fire but wont quite catch and run, maybe new plugs?
Why does battery indicator gauge on 1998 Chevy Cheyenne occasionally suddenly drop sharply while driving with a new alternator and battery all connections check fine could the new alternator be bad?
When cold, the alternator produces more electrical energy to recharge the battery. After things warm up a little, the electrical energy drops back to maintenance mode, producing enough energy to operate all of your electrical component and maintain the charge level of the battery. At that point you'll see a drop on the gauge. Also, any device which turns on suddenly will cause the voltage level to drop briefly. It's normal and unless you are…
Why does 98 Windstar GL 3.0 diesel It sounds exactly like 1 when turning sharply ie.. at off ramps and sharp corners at low speeds with full tank of gas when it's been running perfectly before?
Are you sure that it is the engine making the noise? Your vehicle is front wheel drive, which means that there are Constant Velocity joints in the axles. When these joints wear out, they start to make a clicking noise when the vehicle is turned sharply, which could be misconstrued as engine dieseling or knocking.
You will hear a grinding noise. Driving down the road turn the steering wheel sharply to the left and if the noise goes away the left front wheel bearing is bad. Turn the wheel sharply to the right and if the noise goes away the right front wheel bearing is bad. Be careful and do not turn the wheel too sharply or you may loose control. Or you can simply jack up the front wheels…
'Sharply' is an adverb, so you'd want to use 'contrast' in a verb form. Adding an 's' to 'contrast' would work. Consider these examples: The rain today sharply contrasts yesterday's weather. His shirt's color is in sharp contrast with his pants. Their opinions contrast sharply with those of the opposing group. It greatly depends on how the two words are used. "To sharply contrast" is correct. But often, those two words would need to be…
I believe that they should be self-adjusting. When operating the vehicle in reverse, apply the brakes sharply and the mechanism in the brake drums SHOULD adjust the brake pads to the proper tolerance. If you haven't operated your car in reverse much, and/or not had occasion to apply the brakes sharply while doing so, you may have to do this maneuver several times to free up the adjuster.
Over steer occurs when a vehicle is cornering and turns too much. Usually it is caused by the rear tires of the vehicle, sliding to the out side of the curve, which forces the front end to turn sharply into the inside edge of the corner. The rear end of the vehicle sliding out can be caused by poor road conditions, mechanical failure, poor tire performance, or driver error.