Question about 2006 Ford Expedition
A code will be stored because some component lost power or its ability to send a signal to the PCM. This should be the first step in diagnosing it. Anything else will just be a guess and parts are expensive. As of now we have no idea if you have a fuel issue or ignition issue. If no code is stored and the truck is running ok now the shop will not be able to fix it forsure. They will just guess also and put on a crankshaft sensor or relay hoping this fixed it.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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