Question about Cars & Trucks
It started when i went to start my truck and i heard a loud pop. i got out and popped the hood to find some smoke roll out of the engine bay. i then found a couple hoses that ran from the top of the engine by the throttle body to the cab of my truck. those were blown off. so i put them back on and now My 1993 Ford F-250 (Windsor 351 4x4 single cab automatic) is not shifting when i put it in to drive. It will shift if i put it in to 2or1 on the column. but when it is in "D" (No overdrive on truck) the truck will not come out of first. How should i approach this? Could it be a sensor? A vacuum leak? I do hear a very aggresive hissing. as soon as the hissing started the truck stopped shifting automatically. My truck runs completely normal. no idoling problems or anything. HELP. Thank y'all
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may have damaged the overdrive gear, a local transmission shop would be your best bet. for good troubleshoting and estimate.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
check to see if the ground wire from the battery to the engine is tight if the cable is loose it will cause the injectors to flood the egine
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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