Checked to see if your steering wheel is locked. If not, then your problem is the tumblers. Replace the mechinical ignition switch. Cause- Having too many keys hanging with the ignition key.
Shift cable needs to be adjusted.
I had the same problem with my old 91 Carolla. Check the shift assist button in the front left of your shifter. I might be jammed or stuck which could be the cause of your locked up shifter. As for fuses, are you putting the right amped fuse in the right position?
No You Have Some Other Problem.
no cause a 1994 may have a bigger engine
the use of the mustang horse was for traveling cause a mans horse was everything back then
That is one possibility for that complaint
yes it can. i had a 2004 ford mustang that kept reading that the camshaft position sensor was the cause. Changed the cps and still same code. changed alternator and the code cleared itself!
I don't know about the Explorer but I had an experience with a Ford Mustang. I changed about everything I could think of related to the non-starting problem. Then I discovered there was a filter in the gas tank. Changed it and the problem disappeared!
Hi: Guess what I found once upon a time under this symptom ,,,,, (LOL),,,, it's kinda bent but it actually was the cause and that is,,, the airconditioning compressor was locked up!!!!!!! So check all your accessory's and also engine for locked up condition. Jimiwane
Yes, my grand am had that problem a week ago, changed out the sensor and it runs like a champ!
Not usually. It is possible for the mater cylinder get suck in the apply position, but the brake pedal would not return to the up position after stopping. A more common problem for the brakes to be stuck applied is a locked wheel cylinder or brake caliper, or a jambed parking brake. These issues will be at one or more of the wheels, so check there if your brake pedal is at normal height.
The problem is not cause, effect is the problem
problem is one which you are evolve but a problem cause can be result though gusipy bad thing in a cause of speaking bad
I was having the same problem with my daughter's escort. I replaced the cam position sensor and the problem stopped. Advanced Auto Parts will check the computer to find out the problem for free. I was having the same problem with my daughter's escort. I replaced the cam position sensor and the problem stopped. Advanced Auto Parts will check the computer to find out the problem for free.
Your most likely cause is a throttle position sensor, or a fuel problem, or restricted air flow.... that is a tough one.
The 'problem' of 'this problem' is not understood.
There is no dipstick on 2005 and up Mustang cause there considered sealed transmissions and shouldn't need fluid unless there is a leak.
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the different between cause and effect.... cause=what cause the problem or what cause it to become a problem effect=what effect did it have on it hope that help u(:
Hesitation can be caused by several things: 1. A faulty throttle position sensor might cause hesitation. 2. A faulty MAP or MAF sensor might also cause hesitation. 3. A problem with the engine control module might cause hesitation.
No, leaving the hubs locked will cause both front tires to spin at the same rate. When going around corners (on dry pavement), the inside tire is supposed to turn at a slower rate than the outside tire. If the hubs are left locked, you will destroy the axle.
Is the analysis of a problem and finding the root cause or reason for the problem
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