Re: when i use the air, thei loss power in my take
It is more than likely because when you use yoru A/C, it puts more of aload on the motor, thus reducing your takeoff and acceleration. If the this is the only thing you are noticing, then i wouldnt worry about it. If there are other issues, please let us know what they are and i will try to advise, thank you.
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check your level of trans fluid if low fill then check air hole on top of trans and make sure it is unblocked...if they get blocked it will cause your trans to overflow your fluid causing loss and overheating you fluid causing light to come on...the air hole is usually a rubber or plastic tube sticking up at least 8 inches from the top of the trans
automatic.? first learn now to tell, if the engine lacks power ,or the tranny is slipping that is easy. 1: increase speed, does RPM(tachometer) rise faster (independant) of road speed. (that is called, trans slip.) 2: the trans dont slip. so the engine rpms stay low (gears work) and the engine has no power. if the engine has no power, fix engine.
The trans is very complex. if it messes up post that and what it does under all driving and gear selecton modes, and hills and flat ground. why pick the air flow meter, MAF , the most expensive part of EFI sensors. why guess there is a very simple test for the MAF, just ask. its all in the FSM or here. http://www.scantool.net/software/alldata-diy-1-month-subscription.html
i think a trip to the local ford dealer is in order here, you won't get theis solved on the free forum, have been a Ford dealer tech for 25 years and have never heard of such a thing. all the lights u mention they come on because the engine has stalled, this goes for the loss of power steering as well..
This is a hard question to answer without more information. If the vehicle has a sensation of slipping it is usally the automatic transmission that is at fault and it probably has to be rebuilt. The sensation of power loss could be from the slipping transmission. Try manually downshifting the trans. to a lower gear when going up a hill and see what happens. That can tell you if the problem is the trans, or the engine,