Question about 2006 Ford Escape
What kind of car is it? Is it manual or automatic transmission? Also, I would suggest checking your idle air control valve. That allows the cars idle to rise when you come to a complete stop. If it sticks then the vehicle will idle too low and stall. Or it could be that your idle adjustment is too low, that is a screw located on the throttle manifoldddepending on your vehicle type. I hope this at least put a you in a better direction.
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Posted on Jun 03, 2008
THE SPEEDO PLAYS A BIG PART IN HOW YOUR TRANSMISSON SHIFTS GEARS FIX SPEEDO FIRST AND THE TRANS WILL SHIFT PROPLEY AGAIN CHECK FUSES
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
its in the timing ...whenever you start it it sits and idles fine but when you go to put it in gear it dies...the timing needs to be repaired. its a guaranteed solution.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
SOURCE: over drive light flashes
P0743 is Torque Converter Clutch solenoid circuit failure during self-test.
P0750 is SS1(shift solenoid) solenoid circuit failure.
P0755 is SS2 solenoid circuit failure.
Sounds like you are having an intermitant electrical failure to the tranny. Check the connector at the Tranny and make sure you don't have a loose connector and check it for corrosion.Trace these 3 wires back GN/WH, GN/Y, and GN/O. these go back to a splice then go into one wire GN/Y and then to the PCM relay in the engine compartment fuse panel. Make sure that this harness is not chaffing on metal somewhere or maybe the splice is going bad.You can try and overlay it from the relay to one of the 3 wires at the tranny connector and see if this solves the concern.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
go down and have your alternator checked, it might be weak, causing a surge in power to the ecu, shutting the engine down, if was the battery the car wouldnt fire right back up, another thing might be the fuel filter/pump, these should be the first things to check.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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Don't you have some warning lights on your dash? MB cars are fly-by-wire that tend to depend so much on battery electricity when shut off. Use a high amps battery or battery recommended matching your car model. Check on some instruments that can be a parasitic drain to your car like, car alarm, sticking relays on auxiliary fans, radios. Worse you have a short somewhere or a wiring harness issue, but it should be giving you a warning on the dash.
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