FxyFord71 answered 10 months ago Hey everyone, So, my issue has been resolved! I will look into this service on ebay. I did not drive it today for fear of breaking down and I hope to get this solved before taking it on the road again. If it ever does it again to you just rev the engine and it should stay running. I am also thinking of having a look at the crankshaft sensor, where it's located on 5. FxyFord71 answered about a year ago Hey Expeditionowner. It was a warm day when it first did it say 80deg , and cooler 50 the next morning. So what is wrong with Explorers not wanting to idle? Obviously she lost engine power, power steering, and was left defenseless in oncoming traffic!! Not sure if it matters as it's only a shield anyway.
Now it shutter quite a bit a dies in reverse. The crack in the back window frame is still there as well as Engine light that is not going away. It will continue when I throw it in drive until I give it some gas. On the repairs made on the 04 Ford Explorer. I don't know the cause, I just refrain from using it under 50 mph or in downhills. Now two days ago, the car all of a sudden started stalling and hesitating while I was driving. I went home for the Thanksgiving holiday and after 12hrs of driving in traffic, rain and witnessing tons of accidents I got off on my ramp to go home and switched seats with my son to take us on in.
I Noted That It Now Idles At 600 Rpm. Any hints about the inertial switch would be great. Neither one fixed the problem. Mass Air Flow sensor Fuel Filter Fuel Pump Throttle Position Sensor Yesterday I did fill up with gas, so maybe I got a there after they filled up the tanks. So I drove my truck for short distances and it was perfectly fine. I checked the wiring diagram in my manual and it shows 3 wires to speed sensor, one of which should be ground.
So, the problem seems to overheating of something, as in normal or cold weather it never happens. It acts like it is missing. My 2002 ford explorer Sport Trac Stalls When Going Down The Road. It has been back to the dealer four times to solve this problem but it is still there and does the same thing. As to the internal lights not turning off, possibly one or more of the door switch is not being closed properly or is shorted to ground. Like others the car just shut down after less than one minute from engaging the cruise.
Topped it off with Mercon V. Long story short I found sunrise Ford's sales and support staff were very hard to work with right after my sale. Does it blow smoke out the exhaust on restart? The sound is rhythmic and coming from the rear of the truck. It was embarassing enough that the vehicle would not start now I had to deal with the sales person, who as it turns out knew absolutely nothing about the sportrack, telling me I did something wrong to my vehicle to make it not want to start. My 05 Ford Focus just suddenly died. Had a motor issue which required a new motor after 90k miles.
Try unplugging each door switch to confirm. But is there any other causes for fuel to not get to the engine? See below: Sick to death of all the problems. Mine was doing the same thing. I didnt try the high octane fuel fix because I heard of this year throwing spark plugs which are big bucks to repair. I am beyond pissed and from what I can tell others have had the same problem.
Then, I start it up and away I go! The contact managed to merge over to the emergency lane. Just started doing this last night. The vehicle shuts down entirely at random when making a turn. Should I replace the fuel pump relay like he did with the fuse one? Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. The idle is normal and if fires properly, I just took it in to the shop non-dealer and they said it fires normal and has normal fuel pressure, and the their computer returned no error codes. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic for a diagnosis. I drove it 30 miles Shut it off for about 10 minutes came back out and it cranks but it will not start.
This is another common issue with these fords. Putting on this part and looking at the old one makes me think I didnt even need a new one, but didnt know what to expect when I bought it. Can the engine get air in and out filters, compression, plugged catalytic converter? Suddenlyat 30-35mph, my engine just died and i cannot control the steering wheel. This has happened multiple times at random. And I never ride on empty fuel tank, I always keep some level, lately I tried to keep it even higher, but yesterday it refused to start when the tank was almost half-full.
They fixed the burnt 303 and numerous other smaller issues and had it back in the mail the same day they received it. They charge up the battery and the problem goes away for 1500-3000 miles. All I know is it has new upper and lower radiator hoses, new battery, new brakes, 2 new tires and new belts. After each stall, the car will be ok for a few minutes then stall again when slowing down it seems to do it when you are under 20mph only- not that I am about to try to stall it at high-speeds. Is there a fuse that could be blown. Backus has gone thru all specs on it and cannot find the problem.
Tank pump is working, new fuel filter so lots of fuel. And every time, after the car is left to stay in place for some time, an hour or more, cannot say exactly - it starts perfectly! The panel goes off and the fan quits blowing. As for the temp sensor, I will replace it tomorrow anyway. Suddenly at 30-35mph, my engine just died and i cannot control the steering wheel. We've replaced the glow plug switch and relay. Definitely do not want this happening on the highway.