Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
A/c pressure switch does anyone know where to find it please on the ford galaxy its a vw engine the error code is 00792 a/c pressure switch (f192) thanks Dave
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
With the Ignition Turned off, Look on the instrument display, Hold the right trip button. While holding the button Turn ignition on. The display read service, While still holding the trip button turn the left clock adjustment arm to the right or if you were adjusting the minutes on the clock, Release both then turn ignition off then on. I have used this trick myself. Hope this helps. SKetchlab.com Mugshot Collection
Posted on May 16, 2009
you may have a dampner issue with your climate control. the dampner is controlled by your Hot/Cold switch. if the dampner is stuck or not working you won't get one but the other. in your case maybe the dampner is stuck on hot, even tho the control says cold.
one possible solution may be a fuse... talk to a volkswagon guy and he'll be able to offer a suggestion or two.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
you need to flush the radiator out.
With the engine cold, remove coolant bottle cap to release pressure.
Drain engine coolant from drain plug on radiator.
With the drain plug removed disconnect the highest hose connected to a radiator.
use an hosepipe and put it in place of the disconnected radiator pipe.
turn on the water to the hose pipe and let it flush out any sludge accumulated in the radiator. after a few minutes turn off water supply, reconnect radiator hose and drain plug and refil using recommended coolant mix for your galaxy (purchased at most autofactors and garages).
Also check your thermostat as if this is faulty it would stop the flow of coolant running around your engine.
hope this helps
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
yes it will and most likely put a hole in the piston and snap the cam shaft if the engine is doing any more than idle speed, if it breaks at idle you may be lucky and just get away with a few bent valves but if im honest ive never seen anyone be lucky with one the normaly require a new engine. also worth changing the water pump at the same time as these do seize and will snap the new cam belt ! the only belt you can get away with leaving is the pump belt if this breaks no damage is caused the engine will just cut out ! however you will need to pretty much remove it after fitting a cambelt to set the timing so its pretty pointless no to change it
Posted on May 07, 2010
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