Sell your Ford junk its not the only problem you will have.
My 1994 did the same thing.....the problem was in the high/low switch....
Yes. That is by design. Pulling back on the switch is used for 'flash to pass'.
where is says transmission fluid only read the caps it tells you
your bulbs are burnt out. when you switch on the high beams its only the high beams. but when you flash your brights it lights up both high and low beams.
The fan switch is probably bad. My Ford Explorer did that, I had to have the switch replaced. This could also be caused by a bad blower motor resistor.
Chevy trucks do not have an Inerita switch. Only ford.
Yes. Ford E350 is 85 inches tall and a standard garage door is 83 inches high. Deflate your tires from the factory 80PSI to just 5PSI and you will lower the van by 3 inches and it will clear with 1 inch of clearance. No, deflating your tires will not ruin your tires because the tires are "E" rated and are strong enough to be driven with only 5PSI of air in them.
No it does not. Only ford used a Inertia switch / cut off switch.
If a Ford Windstar only drives in neutral, it may be due to a blown fuse. It will be best to check the neutral safety switch or brake pedal switch.
Ford is the only company that have inertia switches.
There isn't one. Ford is mainly the only ones who have a reset switch.
If you are saying the blower motor only works on the high speed setting, then the problem is a bad HVAC Resistor Pack.
Ford is the only one that used a Inertia switch ( safety switch ) You have to remove the fuel pump relay are the fuse.
no ford product only
These are used only on Ford products.
It only has fuses by the light switch
possibly a blower motor. or switch
either the switch or the fan motor
The 2004 Chevrolet trailblazer air conditioning fan switch has three settings. The switch can malfunction, and only work in the high setting.
The on/off switch, located on the lower side of the dash, below the radio, is for the passenger side only.
there is not a reset that's ford only
No it is not, You will have to remove the fuel pump relay are fuse. Only ford had a INERTIA switch.
Chevy did not use a inertia switch, Only FORD. You need to check the fuel pump relay and fuse.
it is the blower motor resistor. it works on high because on high it bypasses the switch