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My 2004 ford freestar van is hesitating going down the road. i change the egr valve . could it be the fuel filter

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Most likely not the fuel filter- try plugs and wires... could be a number of things, if the vehicle runs fine while in park and doesnt hesitate, most likely is sprk plugs and wires or a transmission problem...

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2004 ford freestar only surges at 50 plus mph?


Sound like you may need a fuel tank OR a filler tube. First though you need to call FORD and see if they have a RECALL on the fuel tanks for this issue. This could be causing you surge as well, OR if you haven't already changed the EGR Valve I would suggest you fix both of these problems. Hope this helps and have an awesome day.

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06 ford freestar hesitates around 45 - 50 mph. replaced spark plugs, wires, fuel filter and intake manifold gasket. especially worse when a/c is on.


Let me shoot u in the right direction I guarantee it's your coil pack a common problem on these it prob has a hairline crack in it wich in turn is getting your firing screwed up and it will affect the transmission into fluttering at those speeds try a new coil pack and u will see a huge difference in your van regards Chris

May 08, 2014 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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My 2004 ford freestar se idles rough and i need to push on the gas peddle so it doesn't stall when i stop at traffic lights


More info would be nice do u have a check engine light on if not check for blocked fuel filter . also look for a broken or loose vacum line. check egr and egr line also a vacum problem. hope one of those work for you if so leave me great feedback

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2004 ford freestar van idles rough


For rough idle and error code issues on your ford freestar.Click the link below:----
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Jan 31, 2012 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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My ford freestar 2004 wont start it is nit getting fuel changed the fuel pump and still fuel wont go thru


Change the fuel filter and check two items.
1. Check to see if your fuel pump relay is good, you can do this by swapping say the a/c relay for it and the fuel pump for the a/c. If ac doesn't work but the van will run then you need to replace the relay.
2. in the event of a crash, you have what is called a emergency fuel cut-off switch which is usually located in the kick panel on the drivers side. Make sure it hasn't been tripped or better yet gone bad.

May 24, 2010 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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The van died out on the road - we were able to get it started and brought to a Ford dealer. They can not find anything wrong with it. We are going on a 4500 road trip and are worried about it breaking...


If you have not replaced the fuel filter in 30,000 miles or one year, then it's a good chance that the filter may need to be replaced. Start with that since it's the most common thing that would cause what you described and there is no way to know if it's a bad filter or not other then knowing the miles on it and time it's been in the van.
Good luck and hope this helps. Be safe in your journey's friend.

Jul 22, 2009 | 2005 Ford Freestar

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Dumb question: where is the PCV valve?


I had the same problem and it was the EGR valve.

Aug 30, 2008 | 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Dumb question: where is the pcv valve


PCV Valve sits on one of the Valve Covers.

Side Question: Sounds kinda like a tune up is in order. Plugs wires fuel filter.

Hope this helps! Let me know if you need more help!

Sincerely,

JC

Aug 30, 2008 | 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Check engine light on


You most likely have a clogged or worn out sensor in your engine/exhaust that is causing the engines computer to be unable to correctly adjust the engines operating conditions.

You need to figure out which code is causing the problem. AUTOZONE or other parts houses may read it for free, then use the code to figure out which part is bad.

EGR valve and DPFE sensor are most likely candidates!

Brian

Jul 21, 2008 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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