You have a problem. see a mechanic to read the computer codes. You need a code reader to determine what is malfunctioning, and after repair, to clear the code. If the problem is fixed, it still needs to be cleared. Pepboys sells a code reader from 80 - 200 bucks.
Most radios have a separate fuse on the positive wire in addition to the one in the fuse panel. Probably not real hard to pull the radio out and check. The connector may have come loose on the back of the radio also.
Yes. BOSCH P3710, Fram makes one two. Its located on the passenger side, right below the windshield wiper. Remove the screws and plastic cover to replace. The BOSCH model has instructions inside. It is a Dealer option, so not all models have the filter installed.
The PCV is a small black or grey plastic item, which is fitted down into a rubber grommet in the passenger's side valve cover. It will have a large diameter vacuum line attached to it. Replacing it is simple. Pull it out the valve cover, remove it from the line, and install the new one. It's a 1 minute job.
first remove positive battery cable from battery. Then remove front passenger tire, then remove strut and hub, then remove cv axle undo two mounting bolts from bottom, once this is done access to three mounting bracket bolts. to remove mounting bracket then slide alternator btwn frame and engine and replace, have fun this takes avg 4-5 hours!
i found out that if you take out the oil filter u can get to the bolts with easy access. it beats taking of the drive shaft. once the bracket is off you can take it out from the top. it would be easier if you unbolt the tension assembly. it took me about 2 hours to do all this and put back together. $20 extra bucks for the oil beats the extra hours i would have to put into working on the car. have fun :)
It is possible to remove it from the top of the engine. I know this becasue i just accomplished this in under 3 hours. Start to finish with a coffee break in between. If you want to know exactly how i did it feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org 03 ford escape v6
There's a small sensor on the transmission that the size of a spark plug.It's on the driver side of the transmission near the shift linkage
Rear Window Defroster.
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There is a non-destructive way to fix a roof gutter on a Ford Van in order to reseal against water leaking into the interior of the vehicle. Wherever there is a rust hole, a person can use a product called Bondo. Bondo is a tape or screen that is fastened on using a glue. Then sand smooth, after it dries. If there is still a leak, a new sealant can be put over the old sealant just to fill in holes. After this dries, it can be sanded and sprayed with a primer paint.
The 2002 Ford Escape, as in nearly all modern vehicles does not require a 'tune up.' This a term largely obsolete due to computer managed engines and transmissions. However this vehicle does need engine oil, coolant, transmission, belts, hoses, fuel filter, pcv, and brake maintenance services. Some shops may use marketing semantics to call these routine services in bundles as 'tune ups.' That being said the Escape does have spark plugs and ignition wires. Modern platinum and iridium spark plugs often have service intervals of 100,000 miles.
The manual transaxle ( transmission ) on your Ford Escape does not have a
fluid level dipstick like the automatic would normally have
( it is probably checked at the FILL PLUG on your transmission , underneath the vehicle )
Here's a great video showing how to remove and replace the ignition coils. Your PCM will need to be repaired at the same time:
4.2L, 4.6L, 5.4L and 6.8L Engines 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Remove the vacuum hose from the EGR valve. 3. On the 4.6L engine, remove the nut and brake booster bracket. 4. On the 5.4L engine, remove the DPFE sensor retaining nuts and place the sensor to the side to allow access to the EGR tube. 5. Disconnect the EGR valve-to-exhaust manifold tube from the EGR valve. 6. Remove the EGR valve mounting bolts, then separate the valve from the intake manifold. 7. Remove and discard the old EGR valve gasket, and clean the gasket mating surfaces on the valve and the intake manifold. To Install: 8. Install the EGR valve, along with a new gasket, on the manifold, then install and tighten the mounting bolts. 9. Connect the EGR valve-to-exhaust manifold tube to the valve, then tighten the tube nut to 25-35 lbs. (34-47 Nm). 10. Connect the vacuum hose to the EGR valve. 11. On the 5.7L engine, install the DPFE sensor. 12. On the 4.6L engine install the brake booster bracket and the retaining nut. 13. Connect the negative battery cable.
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it sounds like CV joints that are worn out, you will notice it more if at low speed you turn sharply. This definitiely sounds like a worn out CV joint. The complete half-shaft should be replaced immediately. These are carried by most of the major after-market auto parts outlets such as Schucks, UAP. The half-sahft is a remanufactured unit with new CV joints and boots. If one side is gone, chances are good that the other side is going; my advice is to replace both half-shafts (I have done this twice on my 1989 Mazda 323).
The first thing I would suspect is a wheel that is way out of alignment. Have it checked. Depending on what you mean by squeeking, it might also be a bad CV (continuous velocity) joint. This is part of the 1/2 axel between the transmission and the wheel. The last time I paid someone to replace one, it was about $150.00. Ever since then, I've replace my own.
Warm up your engine since transmission fluid expands when hot. Set the parking brake on a level surface and put the shifter in neutral. Then pull the trans dip stick with the engine running, the same as checking your oil.