Question about 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab
Sounds like you will need a computer to get into it to reset it! Not sure what PATS stands for though!
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ford F150 AC
if it is a 134a system the port should be on the right side near the drierit should have a blue cap on it the high side should be near the front of vehicle near the condensor. the low side pressur should be 30-35 psi high side should be 130-150psi. do you have quick connects?---are the gauges for 134a it should say on the face of the guage.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
SOURCE: 1999 Ford F150, Charging system.
Your battery may not be holding its charge. Charge the battery and take a voltage reading. Then after a few hours take another reading andsee if the voltage has dropped. If that is alright, refit the battery to the car. turn off all the electrics anddo a voltage test. If the battery is discharging then ou will have to find what componant is drawing the voltage. I normally check the boot through the rear seats first.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
First thing I would check is to see if you have power at the trigger wire of the starter motor while someone is trying to start the vehicle for you. It will be a Yellow with a light blue trace. If you do then I would check to see if the main battery cable has power to it all the time when someone is trying to crank it. If it does then I would hold a test light on the case of the starter motor and have someone try to crank it. Make sure that the ground you use for this test is on the negative battery terminal not just anywhere on the car. If the test light lights while you are cranking it then you have a bad ground. Hook up a set of jumper cables from the battery negative terminal and clamp it directly on to your starter motor and see if it starts. If you check it and the test light doesn't light up and all the other checks are good then your starter motor has failed. If one of the other tests has failed then you have a starter relay problem or something else. let me know what you find out.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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