2000 ford explorer 4.0 x-engine is stalling, missing and lose power while driving
Ford explorer 4.0 x- engine is stalling, missing and lose powere while driving on highway...replace IAC, MAP, crank sensor, spark plugs and wires, ignition coil, TPS, fuel filter, air filter and DPF and EGR...could it be possible that the PCM is failing, fuel regulator is going bad or the cam sensor is bad.
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Re: 2000 ford explorer 4.0 x-engine is stalling, missing...
I personally would check the fuel pressure. Then I would go back to the coil. I have seen brand new bad coils out of the box. The symptoms of a loss of power point to this component, especially if the car idles well, but loses power when accelerating. Please do not rate this reply - we all are left to grasp at straws since you have changed pretty much everything. Good Luck. Please post the final fix of the problem.
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With the black smoke it make me think about your compression ring. Do a compression test. You must be over 110psi to have no problem and also the variation must be smaller that 8psi from your lowest to your highest cilyndre. If your under 110 psi and over 8 psi of variation then your engine gonna need ? compl?te overhaul... PS: over 92psi your engine Will still work but your not gonna ave power/torque
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Only possible thing would be ground wires. And these wires would be at the battery or engine the body grounds,.. Check all of them. Severall in the engine compartment, in the cabin area there are several, most likely near the kick panels on each side. some near the steering column. Also check the grounds from the from the components to the truck frame.
Have the fault codes read again and get the code numbers so that we can identify if possible the causes for your problem. IN most codes recorded there are a list of possible causes for example if he said possible crank position sensor=== there is also the cam position sensor --wiring --ECM--HO2S sensor --MAF/MAP/VAF sensors that come into the equation
Most likely the seals on either the pump or the rack and pinion. Could be a leaking hose between the two. Might be a loose or leaking hose connection at the pump or at the rack and pinion. If you lose the fluid in a short period of time it shouldn't be to hard to find the leak, and you are also smelling it burn when it hits the the exhaust pipes. Refill the system and with the engine running have someone turn the steering wheel back and forth while you look at the pump, lines, and at each end of the rack and pinion. you WILL find the leak.
the iac code has nothing to do with the maf . the maf is your mass air flow sensor and it is in the air tube going to the throttle body. the iac is your idle air control valve that is in the throttle body next to the throttle position sensor
You replace sparkplugs,plug wire,tps,map,cap and rotor.Thats good,If the vehicle runs and you come to a stop and it stalls,That is the IAC (Idle air control) you say it ran fine for a week now its acting up, Service the IAC or get it replaced.