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Valve seals, piston rings and excessive cylinder blow by are causes.

Ford F-350 Cars... | Answered 48 minutes ago


Check out link below...

https://www.obd-codes.com/p0305

You will notice it lists burned exhaust valve as a possible cause and although it also lists poor compression, it is worth adding the intake valve to the list - it doesn't need much of a seating defect before combustion gas will leak past the valve, blowing away the incoming charge and resulting in what behaves like a very lean mixture even though the charge could contain around the correct amount of fuel.

If no other cause is found it should be noted a standard compression test is practically useless and a cylinder leakage test is practically the only sure way to a diagnosis.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 1 hour ago


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Ford Cars &... | Answered 8 hours ago


The wire runs from the back of the radio through the side frame rails inside the car under the plastic covers by the doors on the floor into the trunk and is inside the quaternary panel where the antenna is and is a push in connector

2005 Ford Taurus | Answered 14 hours ago


Your in theft mode disconnect the battery cables and clean them and the power distribution box cable then reconnect the cables then use your key fob when the alarm/horn sound to stop it if the problem persists you might have a battery in your key that needs to be replaced

Ford Cars &... | Answered 21 hours ago


Each tank uses it's own float. The tank your switched on should show on your gauge. If it's not, it is usually the ground wire for the pump, and sometimes the sending unit itself. You do not need both pumps to have gauge work on a truck that old.

Ford Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


The emission hose routing diagram should be on a 3" x 5" sticker either on the underside of the hood or on the top of the radiator support or on the air cleaner housing cover. It's kind of a symbolic diagram but will indicate what goes where. There are very few vacuum lines on one of these so it should be pretty straight forward.

1999 Ford... | Answered Yesterday


No recalls that I can find. Since this vehicle is fairly new and the problem happens often I'd take it to a dealer to have it tested.

Ford Fusion Cars... | Answered Yesterday


If the other window works the left contact in the switch is dirty and needs to be ckeaned

Ford F-150 Cars... | Answered Yesterday


Prove Out Procedure
Turn the ignition switch from the OFF to the ON position and visually monitor the air bag indicator with all SRS components connected or restraint system diagnostic tools installed. The air bag indicator will light continuously for approximately 6 seconds and then turn off. If an SRS fault is present, the air bag indicator will:
  • fail to light.
  • remain lit continuously.
  • flash.
The flashing might not occur until approximately 30 seconds after the ignition switch has been turned from the OFF to the ON position. This is the time required for the RCM to complete the testing of the SRS. If the air bag indicator is inoperative and an SRS fault exists, a chime will sound in a pattern of 5 sets of 5 beeps. If this occurs, the air bag indicator will need to be repaired before diagnosis can continue.
Diagnosing Customer Concerns Without Hard DTCs
If a lamp fault code (LFC) is reported by the customer but is not present when the vehicle comes in for service, follow the Diagnostic Instruction procedures in this section to identify the intermittent diagnostic trouble code (DTC).
Once the DTC is known, read the Normal Operation section of the pinpoint test for the DTC involved.
  • Follow the deactivation or depowering procedure as directed in this section.
  • Determine the location of components involved in creating the DTC.
  • Carry out a thorough visual inspection of:
    • components.
    • connectors.
    • splices and wiring harnesses.
    • insulation on conductors.
Refer to the Possible Causes section of the pinpoint test for the DTC involved, which lists the common concerns that relate to the DTC. Concerns are listed according to priority.

Diagnosing Customer Concerns with Hard DTCs
Most supplemental restraint system (SRS) diagnostic procedures will require deactivation and reactivation or depowering and repowering of the system. Deactivation and reactivation requires the disconnection of most SRS components and the installation of restraint system diagnostic tools. Depowering and repowering requires disconnection of the battery and removal of the restraints control module (RCM) fuse. This reduces the risk of inadvertent deployment of SRS components while diagnostic procedures are being carried out.
Restraint system diagnostic tools are required for the diagnosis and testing of the SRS. It is not acceptable to short-circuit the air bag module connections with a jumper wire. If a jumper wire is used to short-circuit the air bag module connections, a LFC will be displayed.
You need more then a code read too see these DTC'S . Your need a factory or some other professional type scan tool .

  1. If no DTCs related to the concern are retrieved, GO to Symptom Chart .
Restraints Control Module (RCM) Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Priority Table
DTC a LFC b Fault Priority Description Action To Take - Continuous 1 RCM Disconnected or Inoperative, Loss of Battery Feed, or Loss of Signal Ground Go To Pinpoint Test A . B1231 19 3 RCM Crash Data Memory Full INSTALL a new RCM. B1318 - - Battery Voltage Low CHECK battery voltage; to be above 9.0 volts. REFER to Section 414-00 . B1342 24 2 RCM is Faulted INSTALL a new RCM. B1869 NONE
Secondary air bag warning sounds if another fault is present 19 Lamp Air Bag Warning Indicator Circuit Open Go To Pinpoint Test B . B1870 NONE
Secondary air bag warning sounds if another fault is present 20 Lamp Air Bag Warning Indicator Circuit Short to Battery Go To Pinpoint Test C . B1871 25 14 Passenger Air Bag Deactivation (PAD) Switch Fault Go To Pinpoint Test D . B1877 46 - Driver Pretensioner Circuit Resistance High Go To Pinpoint Test E . B1878 17 - Driver Pretensioner Circuit Short to Voltage Go To Pinpoint Test F . B1879 17 - Driver Pretensioner Circuit Short to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test G . B1881 47 - Passenger Pretensioner Circuit Resistance High Go To Pinpoint Test H . B1882 18 - Passenger Pretensioner Circuit Short to Voltage Go To Pinpoint Test I . B1883 18 - Passenger Pretensioner Circuit Shorted to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test J . B1884 27 15 Passenger Air Bag Deactivation (PAD) Warning Lamp Inoperative Go To Pinpoint Test K . B1885 46 - Driver Pretensioner Circuit Resistance Low Go To Pinpoint Test E . B1886 47 - Passenger Pretensioner Circuit Resistance Low Go To Pinpoint Test H . B1887 15 6 Driver Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test L . B1888 16 8 Passenger Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Ground Go To Pinpoint Test M . B1890 27 16 Passenger Air Bag Deactivation (PAD) Warning Lamp Short to Battery Go To Pinpoint Test N . B1891 - 18 Air Bag Tone Warning Indicator Circuit Short to Battery or Ignition Go To Pinpoint Test O . B1892 - 17 Air Bag Tone Warning Indicator Circuit Shorted to Ground or Open Go To Pinpoint Test P . B1916 15 7 Driver Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Battery or Ignition Go To Pinpoint Test Q . B1921 21 4 RCM Bracket Ground Resistance High Go To Pinpoint Test R . B1925 16 9 Passenger Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Battery or Ignition Go To Pinpoint Test S . B1932 32 10 Driver Air Bag Circuit Resistance High Go To Pinpoint Test T . B1933 33 11 Passenger Air Bag Circuit Resistance High Go To Pinpoint Test U . B1934 34 12 Driver Air Bag Circuit Resistance Low Go To Pinpoint Test V . B1935 35 13 Passenger Air Bag Circuit Resistance Low Go To Pinpoint Test W . C1414 15 5 Incorrect Vehicle Identification Go To Pinpoint Test X . B2477 Flashing 5Hz - Module Configuration Fault INSTALL a new RCM.
Symptom Chart Condition Possible Sources Action
  • Air bag warning indicator is illuminated continuously
  • Fuse
  • Circuitry
  • RCM
  • Shorting bar or camming beam in connector
  • Instrument cluster
  • Go To Pinpoint Test A .
  • Air bag indicator flashing
  • Air bag SRS system fault
  • REFER to DTC Priority Table.
  • Audible tone - DTCs retrieved
  • Air bag SRS system fault
  • Go To Pinpoint Test Q .
  • Go To Pinpoint Test R .
  • No communication with the restraints control module (RCM)
  • Fuse
  • Diagnostic tool
  • Data link connector (DLC)
  • RCM
  • Circuitry
  • Go To Pinpoint Test Y .

Ford Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


The drain plug on this radiator is plastic, nearly impossible to reach, and highly likely to leak if you do get it loose. I try to never loosen them up because of this. I would first test to see what the freeze point of the coolant is and then if you need to add some 100% antifreeze to lower the freeze point remove some coolant from the reserve tank and add the correct type of antifreeze back into it there. Use some sort of sucker to remove the coolant, DO NOT use your mouth on a hose to do so. Antifreeze is highly toxic. Coolant will circulate through the reserve [or degas tank as Ford calls it] and will eventually mix thoroughly with the rest of the coolant. -24F to -30F degrees is what the factory mix is usually good for. DO NOT add too much antifreeze as the correct blend is needed for the system to cool properly.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


go to ford fleet owners, com and download your owners manual for free then go to roadside emergencies and your power distribution box and passenger fuse box diagrams are in there with relay locations if that's what your looking for otherwise if your car is not starting depending on what is happening denotes what is wrong look at the starter motor there is a braided cable that comes from the solenoid that goes into the front case at the 12:00 o'clock position if it is shredded or broken that's why your getting just a click or 1 clank when you turn the key I knw that you asked for the relay location but I'm assuming there's a no start condition , also clean all the cable connections associated with the battery and the power distribution box corrosion and oxidation of those cable connections will cause a loss of electrical current to pass through causing a no start condition and if there was a break in the power and you didn't know it happened your vehicle is in theft mode [rapid flashing]theft indicator you must have a key fob remote to turn off the alarm when you disconnect and reconnect the battery cables or your car will stay in theft mode if you don't have one get one and follow the programming sequence in the manual that you downloaded in locks and security so that's everything that I can assume you might be having a problem with may be your not but this info also applies to others who read this post good luck stephen

Ford Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago

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