Question about 2001 Ford Expedition
It sounds like you had either mild lifter lash or a plug wasn't gapped properly at first which has now gotten even worse. The gas smell that you have may be caused by a plug not firing due to misgap or a lifter that isn't functioning due to breakage. I recommend parking your vehicle as soon as possible. Have it towed to a dealer or trusted repair shop if at all possible. More use of the vehicle may cause irrepairable/ more costly damage.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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