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Take it to a qualified repair shop. Having a factory or some other professional type scan tool An doing a full vehicle scan of all the computers on the vehicle is where too start .

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on May 19, 2019

most bearing retailers (CBC and the like) have assembly lists for bearing for most makes and models
the thing is that the price will be close to what an accredited repair shop will charge because the shop gets the discounted price to allow them that percentage mark up
if you feel that your mechanic is being uncooperative with details , that to me is a warning sign that the mechanic is lining you up to rip you off

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Oct 22, 2017

With the engine running an transmission in a gear ,any gear an it doesn't move ? How in the heII can you say the transmission is OK ? Do yourself a favor an take it to a quailfied repair shop . You have no clue.

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Jul 01, 2017

Replace the valve body, no that would gain you nothing. The P0741 is a Torque converter fault, it is either not locking up or is stuck off, but that would not stop the car from moving. I suggest you seek professional help from a transmission repair shop.

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Sep 26, 2016

You will have to ask Ford Motor Co.

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Mar 08, 2016

Check in your owners manual or service manual for the code. It might be hand written. If not, call your local dealership with the VIN and see if they can help you out.

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Oct 08, 2015

I have no experiance ,ask me about a jag or a renault yes but a american model ,well many moons ago i worked for the ford motor company in dagenham UK and most parts are interchangable to keep costs down so i would have another look and see if you need to change the bell housing only as knowing ford they are the same gearbox but with a different bit here and their .

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Apr 05, 2015

One of the tumbler blades has been pushed out farther than normal due to the cut of the wrong key. WD40 the lock inserting the tube into it. Put in the correct key and jiggle it while trying to turn key back and forth. Repeat as necessary. If after multiple attempts don't work (be patient) then tap the outside of the lock where you insert the key with a block if wood or small hammer. The vibration is what will allow the tumbler blade to slip back into place.

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Mar 20, 2015

If both heater hoses are hot, it could be a blend door problem.

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Feb 17, 2015

Andy, does the actuator make any noise when you press the lock switch? If it does not make any noise than you have a faulty control switch.

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Dec 05, 2014

I would see a dealer, to get what should
have been ordered, when it was built

If towing was in the plans, down the road

You do not want to be cutting & splicing into
circuits not designed for additions,folks do, but
it is wrong & asking for trouble

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Oct 04, 2014

not a fun job to do. if you don't have a floor press don't even bother. they are a major pain.

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Sep 27, 2014

What I am going to suggest will require a little research. You can get a wiring diagram by using the Web and entering a search for your year and model vehicle, wiring diagrams and then select correct diagrams from the search result.

Most fuses are behind a panel on the passengers side of the floor console. There may be Relays inside a Powerbox for the 4x4 module. Check to see if there are any Vacuum lines going to the 4x4 unit as some systems use both electric and vacuum to make things work. If you have a Rotary shaped 4x4 shifter, sometimes the knob splits behind the junction where the knob fits on the shaft. It is just spinning and not turning the shaft to really work. For Vacuum, use a Vacuum pump or inhale through the vacuum line to see if any vacuum escapes to check for bad lines or a ruptured diaphram.

I looked up the 4x4 unit and there were some with internal problems which had to be fixed inside the case. One reliable site I use did not have a record of 4x4 problems or TSB's for it, so there was no Recall for this problem and were few in number.

The knob, fuses, and Relay I mentioned are worth looking at as well as the Vacuum parts if applicable.

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Aug 29, 2014

Either have a bad fuze of a bad acculater

2006 Ford Escape... | Answered on Aug 28, 2014

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