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To check if you have adequate fluid, you should first switch on the vehicle, shift gears, and let it heat up a bit. Then move toward the engine and carefully remove the dipstick to wipe away all the fluid on it. Then reinsert the stick and pull it out, now it will accurately show the current fluid level.

2010 Ford F-150 | Answered on Mar 30, 2020

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2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Mar 29, 2020

Could be the fuse for the horn, the horn relay or the clock spring in the steering wheel column.

Best to start with jumpering the horn relay, to check the horns to the fuse.

Take a jumper wire, and jumper across the normally open contacts in the horn relay socket ( listing in the owners manual ). This is shown as the red line in the picture below.

If the horn does not work with the jumper wire, check the fuse ( engine compartment fuse # 7 ) with a meter. IF the fuse has power on both pins on the back of the fuse, next is to install the jumper and test the horn connector for power & ground ( Yellow w/ light green is from the jumper in the relay socket and black is ground ). If you do not have power using the Yellow w. Light green wire & the black, try another ground, to see if it is an issue with the ground wire. This is to a ground lug on the passenger side inner fender.

If the horn does work, check pin #2 with a meter set to continuity from pin #2 ( diagram above ) and a known good ground. While checking this, have someone press the horn switch on the steering wheel. If you do not get a low resistance (

2001 Ford F150... | Answered on Feb 22, 2020

This is a diagram for the fuse box located inside the vehicle. There is a power distribution box located in the engine compartment with fuses in it as well. If you need that diagram you can post a comment to this solution and I should recirve an email letting me know and I will post that as well if you need it. This should be in your owners manual if you have one. If you need an owners manual just email me at [email protected] with your make, model and year and I will be glad to email you a copy at no cost to you. Here are your diagrams:


Ford F-150 Cars... | Answered on Feb 15, 2020

I have a 2005 f150 just notice that the driver and passenger side mats are wet. I had my windshield replace almost a year ago and went back recently to have them recheck the seal. What else could t be need help

2010 Ford F-150 | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

They are in the transmission . Remove the transmission fluid pan. You will see the valve body , the solenoids are mounted to it. They are clipped in. Do not remove the valve body unless you have to. Things pop out of it. Be careful removing solenoids, things can pop out of these holes also. Hold the solenoid and remove the clip/s.

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

see if hazards lights work..if they do it could be the multi function switch that operates the turn signals..the fancy name for the stalk...

2001 Ford F150... | Answered on Jan 08, 2020

what color is the fluid -bright red or brown ??? if brown change the filter & oil-if it dont work then the clutch packs or servo needs replacing

1999 Ford F150... | Answered on Dec 30, 2019

so your saying that you changed the distributor yes/no or just the cap and rotor if you pulled out the distributor did you mark the rotor position and body case before removal if not now you need to do a #1 on it pull out the distributor rotate the crankshaft to bring the #1 piston to tdc and then reinstall it,///// why did you start changing parts I need to know original symptoms why and how it was running , was there check engine codes , did you check the EGR valve vacuum lines and the valve if its closed all the way or clogged it will cause exhaust fumes to foul out the plugs and turn them black from not recirculating the unburnt fuel and then more fresh fuel is coming in messing up the air/fuel ratio, please post back with a correct list of everything you've done and include the trucks running condition before problems started and the mileage on the vehicle

Ford F-150 Cars... | Answered on Dec 03, 2019

I searched this and it shows up as a stereo???--I don't know what the issue is but I do know that Fords use the radio as/in the computer function of the vehicle---if you disturb this you might have bigger issues---with todays electronics in vehicles you have to be very careful with any wiring alteration--get wiring recommendations from a Ford dealer or a PROFESSIONAL STEREO INSTALLER--this is the best I can do

2005 Ford F-150 | Answered on Nov 30, 2019

Check again the distributor cap and rotor carefully and replace with a good known one.

1996 Ford F150... | Answered on Nov 27, 2019

2010 Ford F-150 | Answered on Nov 14, 2019

Probably a vehicle speed sensor failure or loose connection/broken wire.

2006 Ford F-150 | Answered on Nov 13, 2019

Are you talking about the door lock actuator please specify what it is your looking for

1989 Ford F 150 | Answered on Nov 13, 2019

Is it not getting spark at all ? If it is getting spark have you sprayed a shot of carb cleaner into throttle body to see if it's fuel related . Can you hear the pump when initially turning key on ? Fuel pressure at Schrader valve ?

Ford F-150 Cars... | Answered on Oct 31, 2019

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