Question about 2001 Ford Expedition
At one time there was a problem with a Radiator hose clamp on the engine side. The clamps were improperly installed and a small amount of Antifreeze would run onto the coilpak, short and crack it, and then short out a sparkplug wire. If the "Check Engine Light" is not on yet the clamp is a good place to start. Then look for water staining on the electric parts.
Both Autozone and Oreillys do courtesy scans for free. Even if the problem light is not on, you may catch something on a scan. If no luck with the scan, try using a spray bottle of water around the intake manifold gasket and vacuum lines. Do this with the engine running. Any gaps will draw in water and affect the engine speed. This will indicate loose manifold bolts, bad gaskets, and bad vacuum lines.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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