Question about 2005 Ford F-150
It is giving a false hot reading on the temp. gauge. We have flushed it, changed the hoses, themostat, and i believe the problem is with a sensor or switch, It goes down if you turn the engine off for a few minutes, or releive the pressure , which is very little pressure. We just need to fix the gauge but do not know how
First things first: Why keep putting up with Ford F150 2005 , engine spark plug problems, leakage, trucks catching on fire due to faulty electrical systems, etc.... Someone needs to start a class action law suit.....Ford is making all the people that purchased a Ford F150 2005 pay for spark plugs breaking when being replaced at a Ford Dealership, even though it was due to their poor design.....get moving guys
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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