Question about 1993 Ford Explorer Limited
I thought it was the power steering pump so i replaced it but it still cuts off randomly while i'm driving down the road. Please help, this is the only vehicle my family has at the moment and i have a 6 year old that i do not want stranded on the side of the road. thanks so much
If you replace your power steering pump has noting to do if your car die
if you have a problem whit your power steering system the only symptom you will have is a real hard steering wheel.
if your car randomly die may be a false contact on your crankshaft position sensor.
is located next to the crankshaft pulley (harmonic balancer)
tray unplugging it and cleaning the terminals whit electrical contact cleaner (sale on auto part stores) and if is to rusty you may have to change the sensor or the wire plug.
NOTE is CRANKSHAFT sensor not Camshaft they sound a like.
it may be a good idea to get you car scanned for trouble codes
most auto part stores do it at no charge.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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