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2003 Ford Explorer
check engine light on
diagnostic trouble codes
fuel pressure test
fuel pump is bad
fuel system trouble codes
loud clunk noise
popping or thunk noise from rear of vehicle
scan for trouble codes
technical service bulletin
tires have no traction on a curve
vehicle lacks power
vehicle makes a loud sound
vehicle repair procedure
when I push the gas pedal it putts like it is out of gas
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RE: Car stutters and struggles starting
It very well could be. Fuel pumps are notorious for failing at the gas pump. Another possibility is the vapor recovery system for the fuel tank. I would have the fuel pressure tested and test for trouble codes (DTCs). Learn about your car's fuel system, testing, fuel pressure specifications, and...
21 Aug 2015
RE: 03 ford explorer xlt 4.0 - from Eric
Hi Eric. Scan your vehicle's computer for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs), this might help you pin down the problem. If there are no DTCs related to the symptoms, check out the section "What to do when there are no DTCs" for troubleshooting charts and checks. Use the navigation tree...
14 Apr 2015
RE: Alarm/key symbol came on and the car would not start - from Shirley
Hi Shirley! If your fuel pump is bad, a fuel pressure test will confirm the problem. But you may have a faulty immobilizer system. Has the vehicle's immobilizer system been scanned for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and checked out?
2 Apr 2015
RE: Don't know what's wrong with my car
Hi Sierra. Have the LeSabre's front and rear suspension checked for loose or worn suspension components for your clunking noise. Check the tires for uneven wear, balance and alignment. There is a technical service bulletin (TSB) that might apply. It is called "Info on popping or thunk noise...
29 Sep 2014
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