You should probably start by having the "Check Engine" code(s) read. If you check around, you should be able to find someone who will do it for under $50. If you can't, buy yourself an OBD II code reader, but make sure it will work on your specific model Ford. (on eBay they start at around $50) That should give you a good idea of where to start. Assuming there are no major problems indicated, you might want to follow that with a good, thorough tune-up, to include changing all the fluids (fresh gas, oil, Transmission Fluid, coolant, etc.)...and don't forget to check the brake system. Good luck.
Yo have a boken termostat or yours has ben removed
sitting in a running car with windows closed is any fumes released inside of car.
Your computer is the metal box sitting on (or under) your desk. Explorer is a software component of windows.
running, jumping, sitting.....
Because it's sitting in the sun.
First he was NOT Running Bull, but Sitting Bull and he wasn't on the Trail of Tears.
Orpington hens are the best at sitting on eggs but they can get broody sometimes so be careful!
If the engine is running it is using fuel.
Blower motor switch. Put it on High and it will blow when sitting still with the engine running.
If you are sitting behind the wheel of a running vehicle you are considered to be 'in control' of that vehicle whether or not anyone ovserved you drive it or move it. You will be charged with "Operating While On Suspension."
No. A verb is what you do. Any action such as jumping, running, sighing, and sitting is a verb.
take out the sparks and spray a little wd40
prolonged sitting, occupation, certain sports like cycling and running
because you will choke on it. pull over and eat it standing or sitting.
talking chatting singing walking running stamping sitting annoying listening licking
If you continue running right you will get to some barrels. The parrot is sitting on one of those barrels.
Your rear passenger seat windows on the Ford Explorer do not go all the way down for the protection of the children that might be sitting in the rear seats
over years and years,yes...but it has to be sitting, not running...and it would take a while
Who told you that? No you can't ruin a car engine by running the air or heat while sitting in one place for an extended period of time. It's not good for the engine to sit for a long time running because oil builds up on the seals and such but that's about it.
The engine most NOT be running for accurate motor oil measurement. The most accurate measurement is when the car has not been running for at least a few hours and is sitting on level ground
homer is either found sitting on his couch drinking beer or at moes with his buds (or sometimes just sometimes at work sleeping)
There is no friction when you are sitting. In a car perhaps, friction does act on you while you are sitting. When going round a bend, the friction provided by the seat enable you not to move out of your seat (to a certain extent since sometimes we have to hold on to something so as not to fall out of our seat!)