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troubleshootmyvehicle.com > Ford > 4.6L, 5.4L Mar 2, 2011 - Page 1 of 3: How to test a BAD Starter (Ford 4.6L and 5.4L Pick Up and SUV). ... a BAD starter motor on your 4.6L or 5.4L V8 equipped car, pick up or SUV. ...and will turn over the engine; -OR-; The starter motor won't do a thing. ... Crown Victoria ... 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005.
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reading forums on this reveals that the h9 is a 3.55 limited slip diff mainly used in f150 fords. However all that is immaterial as what you are looking for is a diff centre that is 3.55 ratio that will fit in your housing . The same housing will use the both LSD and normal diffs as the LSD was an option offered for off road vehicles or vehicles operating in bad road conditions
Hello When the service engine
soon light (Also called the check engine light) is turned on this is
to alert you to the fact that Powertrain Control Module (computer)
has detected a failure somewhere in the systems it controls you may
not feel any difference in the way the engine runs, this can be the
transmission or the engine or emission system, there are fault codes
set in the modules memory for these faults. What needs to happen now
is to have the powertrain control module scanned with a special tool
called an OBD2 electronic engine control scanner or a OBD2 code
reader. Once the code(s) are read then you must perform the
diagnostics for each code and make the appropriate repairs based on
the findings of the diagnosis that was performed, this is called
doing "Pinpoint" testing.
Notorious for intake leaks, the composite plastic intakes crack and leak coolant-as to the lack of power, you mght have overheated it and done some damage to the engine. There was a recall (information below) for the 4.6 for the intake-the overheating and lack of power means you should at least have compression checked and go from there-you may have bad head gaskets or worse. Do a compression test before you do anything else.
Ford Motor Company will extend the recall (01M02) on
4.6L V8 equipped vehicles with plastic intake manifolds. Some of the
composite intake manifolds used on 4.6L SOHC engines may develop fatigue
cracks at the coolant crossover duct. This condition could result in
engine coolant leakage which, if not serviced, may cause engine
overheating. Complete loss of coolant may result in engine damage or
The updated recall now includes: • Certain 1996
through 2001 Model Year Crown Victoria Police Interceptor • Certain
1998 through 2001 Model Year Crown Victoria with Taxi • Certain 1998
through 2001 Lincoln Town Car Limousine and Livery Prep Package •
Certain 1996-2001 Crown Victoria Taxis, Police cars and Lincoln Town Car
Limousine and Livery cars.
• Certain 1996 through 1997 Crown Victoria Police
Interceptor Vehicles with 4.6L SOHC engines built at the St. Thomas
Assembly Plant from the beginning of production for the 1996 Model Year
through January 28, 1997. • Certain 1998 through 2001 Crown Victoria
Police Interceptor Vehicles with 4.6L SOHC engines built at the St. Thomas
Assembly Plant from November 22, 1997 through December 15, 2000. •
Certain 1998 through 2001 Crown Victoria Taxi Vehicles with 4.6L SOHC
engines built at the St. Thomas Assembly Plant from November 22, 1997
through December 15, 2000. • Certain 1998 through 2001 Lincoln Town Car
Limousine Prep Package and Livery Vehicles with 4.6L SOHC engines built at
the Wixom Assembly Plant from November 22, 1997 through December 15,