There were two 4.0 V6 engines that year. The Vin # will tell you which you have. The code E & X. On both the firing order is 1=4-2-5-3-6 and cylinder locations are Passenger side front to rear 1-2-3, Drivers side front to rear 4-5-6. Here is a diagram of the E engine: http://autorepair.about.com/library/firing_orders/bl-Ford-firing-98.htm Here is the X engine: http://autorepair.about.com/library/firing_orders/bl-fo-4611.htm
No - have you checked that it is firing on all cylinders - Sounds like the engine is mis firing or not firing on all cylinders.
Do your headlights work ? or if you have the drivers door open with the keys in the ignition do you hear the key warning chime ? If not , it sounds like a dead battery or a loose / or corroded battery cable
Does your underhood light come on ? or if you have the drivers door open with the key in the ignition do you hear the chime ? If not it sounds like a poor battery cable connection or a dead battery
Sounds like the caliber on the drivers' side needs rebuilding.
sounds like the fuel pressure regulator is broke
sounds like someone is ready for that $600 tuneup
Does the underhood light come on when you put the hood up or if you have the keys in the ignition and the drivers door open do you hear the chime ? If not it sounds like either a poor battery cable connection or a weak ( almost dead ) battery
Sounds like you have a bad misfire and are running on less than all cylinders. Check that all cylinders are getting a good spark if petrol.
it sounds to me like you r misfirin on some cylinders try changin spark plugs and wires if that dnt fix it try the coil paks it sounds to me like you r misfirin on some cylinders try changin spark plugs and wires if that dnt fix it try the coil paks
Well I don't know what you mean by, "Panic Sounds" Could you be a little more specific.
sounds like a flat battery
Sounds a little low to me. Check to see if all cylinders measure about the same. ANOTHER ANSWER That would be good for most engines. What you're looking for is any kind of serious fluctuation in the pressure between cylinders. If you're getting 90 psi consistently, you're in good shape.
Exactly what it sounds like, one operates with a maximum of 4 piston cylinders and one uses a max of 6. Extra info: Although 6 cylinders may have more power as in horsepower, 4 cylinders can usually get a lot more miles to the gallon
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sounds like your freon may be low
sounds like it's low of water
sounds like you need to replace points ,or rotar button or distributor cap in engine
Sounds as though you still have air in the cylinders at rear.
Sounds like you have a cracked block above the lifter chamber area. A quick compression test on all cylinders if. Two adjacent cylinders will not hold pressure that is. Sure sign good luck .
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Sounds like it is low on coolant.
sounds like a vacuum leak some where in the system
Sounds like the latch on the inside of the door is broke.