I have a picture of a part on my 2000 Ford Expdition that rotted and snapped causing my truck to feel like it is slidding. I have pictures of the part but would need an e-mail to send them. It is in the rear by the tire driver side. The part is about 18" - 24" if you can help that would be great.
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Hi, Firstly what is the problem as to why you need to disconnect the anti-theft system? Also you can't just disconnect the Anti-theft as it is incorporated within the starting and ignition system.The only way it can be bypassed is through a Ford Dealer who will have the equipment and coding to disable it.
For the 2000 Ford Expedition: For BOTH the 4.6L SOHC V8 and the 5.4L SOHC V8: Firing Order: 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 Cylinders: .......(back)........ '..4..'........'..8..' '..3..'........'..7..' '..2..'........'..6..' '..1..'........'..5..' .......(front)
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i do agree with wrighton but you need to find out why the light is on so take to auto zone and they will put it on the tested for free cause i had that problem once on a 2000 ford expdition and it was the boot on the number 1 cylinder and it happen after i had done the tuneup.
Sound like the rear air springs are probably bad. Get some soapy water and spray on the rear bags and check for bubbles while its running. You can also look for splits in the rubber , they frequently dry rot at the bottoms.