Question about 2005 Ford Explorer
I don't know how old the battery is but just to make sure its ok have it load tested. If battery is good after load testing then have vehicle scanned for codes and see what ECU says about the fail safe lite( what made it come on). Lastly have codes removes and ECU reset.
Usually if you didn't have an electrical problem (battery dying) I would say the output shaft is worn time for a rebuild.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
Just got my 2005 Explorer fixed. I had alarms start with Gas Cap, then Avdtrack, then ABS and finally the dreaded fail safe mode. After a new PCM, Thottle body and pedal. Two weeks and $1,900 later, the tech found a Junction box mounted to the frame just below the passenger side door was full of water. He loaded it with dielectic grease and I am cruising.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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