Question about Ford E-150
Hi, the check engine light will come up if there is something wrong with the fuel injector and the spark plug as long as the car have a OBD-II system which your car has.
Rebuilding the transmission might have actually affected the car computer which has not been able to diagnose a fault despite the rough running of the car which is suppose to display a code after the scanning of the computer.
I think they are right to say you need to change the computer since it isn't displaying a code despite it's obvious problem....
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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