2004 Ford F150 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

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 | 1,745 views

You can't, you need to take it to a Transmission specialist.

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Sep 16, 2019 | 50 views

test steering wheel switch for failure

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Jul 04, 2019 | 79 views

Ballsacks and a$$

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Jun 05, 2019 | 505 views

does it have an idle air control valve?? if so clean or change it

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Mar 03, 2019 | 90 views

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2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Feb 21, 2019 | 372 views

The fuse for your F-150 fuel pump is number 10. It is a 20 AMP fuse and is located in the interior fuse box. You can find a detailed fuse diagram at https://automobilediagram.com/ford-f-150-fuse-box-diagram We hope this information is helpful!

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Feb 21, 2019 | 492 views

sounds like you have a door ajar switch bad. spray some PB BLASTER lube available at parts store on the driver door latch assembley soak the latch assembley really good then open and close door 10 to 15 times and see if radio goes off.

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Jan 26, 2019 | 5,789 views

Your inertia switch is located in the right hand kick panel at the top, hard to reach with panel on, you can check it to see that it is in fact pushed in, but they sometimes burn out in this position, try using a jumper wire across the connections of the inertia switch and see if your pump runs, if so replace the switch, try the same for your ranger. Hope this helps, let me know

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Sep 30, 2018 | 559 views

Your 2004 F150 uses what's called orifice with is located in the condenser to evaporator line. with Is the smaller line between that condenser to the evaporator. The location can be determined by the slight indentation in the line. thanks for using fix ya let us know how we did

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Sep 21, 2018 | 1,887 views

Look for a box under the hood. It should be over a wheel well, or next to the fire wall. Once the lid is removed there will be a diagram of the fuses... Also check the main fuse box under the dash, might be there, but not likely.

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Sep 11, 2018 | 921 views

automatic --- over drive servo /solenoid not working
run fault codes to check for TCM , VSS or TR sensor fault

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Jul 21, 2018 | 672 views

?? is U1F98
?? is U1F4A9

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on May 23, 2018 | 223 views

You should change all the injectors at the same time. Now you have one new one while the rest of them have 14 years of wear on them.

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Feb 15, 2018 | 211 views

Sounds like your starter is going out once you replace your starter your truck run better

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Feb 08, 2018 | 273 views

The problem with the headlights is a common one and it is in the low beam relay.; In the under hood fuse panel, locate the HDM relay, swap this relay with the FAN relay next to it. If the lights stay on, replace the relay. This is a solid state relay, so make sure to get the same part number.

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Feb 04, 2018 | 321 views

I think you should go for repair manual first for your vehicle after that it will be easy for you to solve the problem. Check the link may be you will get something useful here
Ford F150 2004 To 2008 Factory Service Repair Manual

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Jan 26, 2018 | 86 views

Ihat a Dealer could do. would go back to rebuilder. This sounds like Electronic controls are not regulating base warm rpm. There is usually a slight adjustment in the "throttle position sensor" which has a slotted side and a stationary pivot point. You won't get much, maybe 50 to 75 rpm but if both attaching bolts are loosened and the TPS is moved along the slotted end, it may be enough to help.

There are some electronic adjustments or even a re-flash to factory specs that a Dealer can do. Really do not want to bring bad news, but Phasars for camshafts are fed by oil journals which make Phasars work. If passages are not equally clean, then Phasars will adjust differently on each cylinder bank. Higher rpm means higher oil pressure

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Jan 17, 2018 | 63 views

I don't know where that wire goes, but the driving lights are only supposed to come on when the headlights are also on.

2004 Ford F150 | Answered on Jan 16, 2018 | 38 views

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