Fords/Lincolns have been known to display intermittent cruise operation characteristics that can be traced back to the ignition switch. If you've done some basic visual checks on all of the vacuum lines (no cracked or stiff lines or hoses), good vacuum pressure (remove one with engine running and put your finger over the hose and nipple it went to - - should feel the sucking), and related cruise component linkages are intact, then it might be that the contact in the ignition switch is worn to the point of a "hit or miss" closed position when the key is in the on/run position. A test for this, without alot of equipment, would be to jiggle the key in the ignition while driving and activating cruise. If it works after a jiggle, you've found the culprit. I've not replaced the switch in an Explorer - they're available at Auto Zone or your Ford house - but know that it takes a little effort to do. What ccan cause this is having way too many keys and doo-dads on your key chain. The weight of all those hanging extraneous keys and toys can cause the cylinder to wallow out the cams and lobes in the ignition key housing. We're not talking about the tumblers, but the actual part of the mechanism that is what we call the ignition cylinder and related switch inside the column. After a repair, and for your other vehicles, get one of those easy release key chains that allows you to remove all other keys you have on your keyring from your ignition key. The weight is simply too much for what the ignition key device is made to bare. - - Texavette
how to fix broken concrete drive way be repaired or does it have to be replaced?
Yes it can
Bumpers that are dented, bent or scraped are not repaired; they are replaced. If the connecting brackets are loose or damaged, they can be replaced or repaired to secure the bumper, but the bumper itself is not repaired.
That would depend on what the problem is and if they can be repaired or have to be replaced. If they can be repaired it can be as little as $20 per side or up to $300 if everything has to be replaced.
The curtain was a physical curtain. And was replaced or repaired.
Yes, or just replaced.
No, they are replaced when faulty.
Because most of the time its cheaper to get a new one that to get it repaired.
No, it must be repaired and/or replaced.
They either get repaired or replaced.
Usually removed and replaced with a new one
It has to be replaced, but yes.
They can be if the damage is slight but they are usually replaced
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have radio replaced or repaired
Your heater core is leaking. It needs repaired or replaced.
You need to get it repaired or replaced.
If it is defective it will need to be replaced.
Vacuum cleaner belts are not repaired, but are replaced.
your shift motor on transfer case is probaly no good and needs to be changed or is also called encoder motor
Yes it can be repaired. Depending how badly it's burnt, it may need to be replaced.