Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
I had my 1998 Explorer's AC serviced. They put in a new compressor (rebuilt), evaporator core explorer 95-up, r.drier, expansion valve, and refrigerant-R134A.
The very next day, "check engine" light came on. I have purchased 93 grade gas several times but the light is still on.
Also, after the AC service the car is having trouble starting in the morning. It shakes before it is working properly.
Do you think these issues might be related to the AC service?
NO not really but when they changed it something could of came loose as in the engine components
Posted on May 24, 2009
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