Hello, i have been having a problem with my truck diagnostic plug in under the dash. I was told it doesnt work and they cant read the computer. I took it to a auto shop and they checked all the fuse's and said that they are all good. they refered me to ford, which costs a fortune. any ideas on why else the diagnostic plug could not work?
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Re: 01 ford expedition diagnostic plug in
The data link gets it's power from the fuse that also powers the cig. lighter,is the cig. lighter working?
If not check fuse no.3 (20amp) in the interior fuse panel.
We have seen on some occasions that some scan tools just will not link up for some reason. We have had several vehicles that customer went to have their state inspections done and the tester at that shop would not link up.We hook our ford diagnostic tester to it and it links right up,we then hook them to our inspection machine(which is not ford equipment) and they link right up to it.
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Hello shina.... when the blower motor stops working it is usually due to the A/C relay going bad. The good news is that this is a common item, easily replaced. Go to the autoparts store and get a new one. Then find the old one under the dash to the right of the steering column. Unplug the old and plug in the new. Joe
Dear Heater Core Hunter, For your 01 expedition, that has the 5.4 liter motor in it, the heater core is located in the evaporator case assembly, where the blowermotor itself is located,This is a pretty darn good labor intensive job, if you open the passenger front door and get down onyour knees and look up underneath the dash.....that's what you're going to be removing and replacing, the heater core is inside of this black case.Please get back to me if you have any more questions...I'M HERE TO HELP!!!
sounds like the front blower motor is bad on the passenger side under the dash. remove the panel under dash and you will see the blower motor housing and blower motor. check the plug in on the bottom of motor if it is plugged up and not working pull the motor out by removing the screws around motor and dropping out hook directly to battery and see if it works if it does it is a fuse or relay.
i suspect it's the bushings for the front stabilizer bar. Need silicone grease or replacing.This assumes 4x2, not 4x4. #3 is the bushing.
Could also be upper arm with ball joint. These are lubed for life, not greaseable. But you could spray WD40 to see if it stops temporarily. see # 1 in 2nd illustration.
The data link gets it's power from fuse no. 3(20 amp) in the interior fuse panel,which also is the power for cig. lighter. This fuse gets it's power from fuse no. 103 in the battery junction box (50 amp).
For the interior lights the door adjar switches in the door send a signal to the GEM module.It then grounds the coil side of the interior lamp relay. The switch on the dash that you turn on manually also grounds the coil side of the interior lamp relay so that would mean that everyrhing after the GEM is ok.Are the lights not turning on from any door including the deck lid? If not then problem would have to be in the GEM module.
You have a vacuum leak in the engine compartment mst likely. Check the vacuum line from the engine to the firewall and into the vehcile under the dash.
Also check the vacuum storage canister that stores vacuum for the heater controls when you step on the gas. You can just disconnect the hose to the reservoir and plug it temporarily to see if the system workd ok.
Removal and Installation
Remove the battery and battery tray. For additional information, refer to Section 414-01 .
Disconnect the vacuum hose and remove the vacuum reservoir.