Search For a Specific Car Problem Viewing 1-20 of 82 comments Driving and car suddenly looses power, service engine light comes.
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It was also raining very heavily and I did go through a fairly deep puddle earlier in the day.Sometimes flushing and service can help it last for a brief period.This is the worst vehicle I have owned in my almost 40 big brothel years of driving.It's a suicide mission to go to the market!It failed/cracked within 6 months.The most recurring issues are the brakes and the suspension I had the front coils snap but noone ever sent me a recall notice so I had to repair on my own.The code P1744 is related to slippage.
Diagnosis of the issue has concluded the differential pressure feedback EGR sensor (dpfe) is at fault many times, and incorrectly measures exhaust gas re-circulation (EGR) pressure.
However, it is possible that other external environmental factors have a bearing on the quality of the ride and the type of problems that are likely to arise.
What causes water to spew from the AC vents on a 1998 Ford Escort?Almost like I have a bad tank of gas.Problems ford e-250 rough Running Engine and Possible Check Engine Light.Report in my case the van was running rough and have hard time to fire up the engine, we change the spark plug, wires, dictribuitor and rotor, ignition etc, the problem was fix getting the computer fix, because the PCM was burn.Brakes, drive Train, electrical Lights, engine Exhaust Emissions Heating Air Conditioning Suspension Steering By Visitor on 4/10/10 Cottage Grove, WI Reliable car, some problems with head lights, check engine light.What could prevent the brakes on a 1998 Ford Escort from releasing and cause a burning smell from the front wheels after a recent caliper pad and rotor replacement?Something in the on board computer is creating this problem in order to get a person to trade in or up graded to a newer vehicle.
If he told me 1K would fix the problem, I'd go with it, but I'm not handing over the kinda money for a guess.
Always maintained and serviced as per Ford Guidelines at the Ford Dealer.