Question about 2006 Ford Freestar
Just got it inspected three days before my problem is why im thinking maybe it was the snapshot i plugged in....unplugged it but still having same problem,,,if im sitting in van & plug in snapshot, rpm's & speedometer go crazy
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you have some EGR ports clogged up, remove the intake and look at the egr ports all but
#1 cyl port will probably be at least partially clogged, hope this helps
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
It sounds like the fuel is not being delivered sufficently to the engine. Try looking here. Perhaps a fuel injecter cleaner (you can pour Seafoam into the gas tank and it is a great fuel injecter cleaner and fuel stabilizer). What did your plugs look like when you replaced them? This can tell you a lot about the combustion chamber. A Haynes manual will be invaluable to you.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
The a/c makes it worse because you are asking the engine to pull a load missing one cylinder. If you have alternate transport or like working on a hot engine you can take number 3 wire to the autoparts and get one wire to match length. You may want 1 plug in case wire doesn't help.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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