Question about 2004 Ford F150
Hi, I assume your getting a PO 119 code: "The PCM has determined that the input from the
engine coolant temperature sensor is intermittent"? The CHT sensor is in the valley of the motor under the
intake manifold. If you’re looking at the motor from the front, it's on the
rear passenger side. To change it, you need to remove the intake manifold. If
you have small hands and flexible wrists, you can get a 3/4 wrench around it
and remove it. This is about a three hour job at the dealer.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Sep 03, 2009
Yes you are correct, it is an airbag problem./
The Airbag indicator lamp is burnt out, and a flash code is waiting.
Radio shack ( or similar ) should still have the replacement bulb for it.
Once you put it back in, the airbag lamp will flash a code that is a number, t ( ie flash 3 times ) then another number ( ie flash 5 times ). You will need that code for the next step in the diagnoses. Don't be alarmed if you get 10 sets of 3 flashes, that is actually a LFC ( Light Flash Code ) 33
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
You can try several things. You can stop the vehicle as if you are going into low range and shift the high range 2h, 4h, etc.. Ford advertises the Electric button type as "shift on the fly" but does not say the gears are synchronized to do that with manual engagement.
Change the lube this time to see if the lube is Milky. There have been floods, otherwise the case is sealed whether you park it or drive it. You still could have rust on the shift linkage. You need to move the linkage as you spray it. Then the offbeat chance something was bent from offroading. A Salvage Yard is a wonderful place to learn how a car is built. You may see their part looks different than yours.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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I had the same issue i changed the fuel fillter it was a little dirty but not bad. Still had problem then i cleaned out the throtel it worked good for a while. Ended up replacing the throtel its about $250 if you do it yourself which is not hard to do. The problem is the electronic throtel control but you have to replace the whole thing not sold seperatly hope that helps. Been running great did that 15,000 miles ago.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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