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because what ever that fuse is for is faulty

1999 Ford... | Answered on Mar 04, 2015

Fuse box should be under the dashboard

1999 Ford... | Answered on Mar 02, 2015

more than likely there is some component damage ,linkages, tire rod ends, vibration dampener the shock looking thing under front end , connecting left to right on steering link.

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 24, 2015

This sounds more like a faulty alternator. Sometimes an alternator can still produce adequate voltage and amperage to keep everything running, but they are governed by a voltage regulator. If the regulator goes bad, the alternator may have little of no output, or it will not limit itself properly causing gauge problems, and various light on the dash to not work or sporadically come on.
I'd take the vehicle to have the alternator tested at least.
Don't settle for one of the part store tests, they won't give you all the information you will need. A properly working alternator should charge anywhere between 13-14.6 volts and depending on the vehicle 90-150 amps.
I hope this helps in some way

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 24, 2015

Assuming you have located the relays, on each of the relays is a printed schematic for the circuitry of the relay. Look at the schematic and test the various circuits. Use a regular electric voltage-amp meter.

But in matters that appear to be the relay,vthe problem is actually the terminals on the relay, or the contact on the fuse block. Sand the rust or corrosion off until the metal is shiny. Then clean the contacts on the fuse block the same way. Often cleaning the contacts and termals will solve the problem.

Also, on some vehicles there is a fuse in addition to a relay. So it may. Be worth the cost of buying a manual for your vehicle. The electrical diagrams will be more than helpful.

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 23, 2015

If that was my symptom, I would remove the starter and have it tested at one of the chain auto parts stores.
They do it free and will likely have a replacement unit on hand.

This sounds like a motor with shorted windings; this would cause poor motor speed and a possible failure of the starter bendix to engage.


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1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 21, 2015

This is going to be one of your abs sensors at one of your four wheels (if equipped with all four). On the ford I believe you have to replace the hub and with that comes a new pigtail to connect to your abs. Not a mentally hard fix but you will learn some new words getting the parts off to replace it.

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 20, 2015

You need to remove all of the rust with a grinder then a wire wheel. Treat the rust with rust with a rust coating this will turn it black. Visit your local FinishMaster store and get the right code of paint, these guys are great and will steer u in the right direction

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 19, 2015

At the risk of going to the offensive, sometimes it's the simplest thing - you ARE putting it in neutral, at a stop, engine running, with the brake pedal pressed, when trying to shift out of 4wd, yes?

2) Check for blown fuse for 4x4 shift module

3)This sounds dumm, but worked on my wife 99. I took it to a school parking lot, put it in reverse, floored it and pulled on the lever and it popped out of 4x4

4) The shift motor is bad. Replace it.

Hope this helps.

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 18, 2015

well let's see is it only one side or both sides ? this could be a blown fuse/s there could be blown out bulbs on one side or both or the brake light pedal switch has shorted out or a ground wire for the lights has come off this has a lighting control module in it if you change anything that's it but check other things listed first before you spend$$$ do not change the computer this has nothing to do with the lights go to the lighting control module and unplug it clean the connector put some conductive grease on it and plug it back in corrosion on the contacts can be stopping the electrical current transfer through the plug to the unit DO NOT CHANGE THE ECM/COMPUTER THIS IS NOT INVOLED IN THE LIGHTS /SIGNALS/BRAKE LIGHTS THIS IS ENGINE MANAGEMENT ONLY POST BACK WITH RESULTS AND WE WILL TAKE IT FROM THERE IF THE PROBLEM PERSIST STEPHEN

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 14, 2015

No, they work or don't. They are for fuel, not spark. I have reset many of them, but I don't think I ever replaced one.

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 11, 2015

I don't know the precise location on your model but apart from a few Ford commercial vehicles that have the resistor mounted on the front inner wing they are almost exclusively buried in the cool incoming air stream of the heater unit. The resistors get very hot...

I haven't yet met a heater blower that employs a relay and yet most are amazingly reliable. If the resistor has failed you would still typically have the maximum fan speed when the resistor is switched out of the circuit.

You should still check it through systematically but my instinct from what you have already said is to suspect there is a safety thermal fuse fitted next to the motor and that it is blown.

I should bite my tongue because I suspected that last time a Ford was brought to me with no blower and it turned out to be one of the motor brush springs that had failed. Ford couldn't or wouldn't supply a replacement and so I had to fabricate a replacement rather than pay a rip-off price for a new motor.

If the thermal fuse has blown it will be because the motor has been getting too hot so it would be a good idea to clean it and oil the felt oil reservoirs before you refit the motor.

Good luck!

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 05, 2015

Check the level of the transmission fluid because it could be low.

1999 Ford... | Answered on Feb 03, 2015

Read your owner's manual, it will tell you. Usually it's in the Maintenance section.

1999 Ford... | Answered on Jan 31, 2015

Its on the drivers side firewall as it comes off exhaust manifold.

1999 Ford... | Answered on Jan 31, 2015

The engine needs 3 things to run. It needs fuel, compression, and spark.If it has all three, then there would be a timing problem, the engine needs testing or diagnosing of those elements.

1999 Ford... | Answered on Jan 31, 2015

No fuel - fuel pump failing or fuse to the pump open, fuel safety cut off / inertia switch has been operated (in a collision recently?), ignition electrics trouble (no spark at plug), computer issues..

1999 Ford... | Answered on Jan 31, 2015

either you have a bad thermostat or a plugged heater core .feel hoses goingto cabin if hot then it will be the core it not then the thermostat

1999 Ford... | Answered on Jan 23, 2015

are brake pads low and hitting the metal indacator , also look at hub cap , sometimes they get loose and click

1999 Ford... | Answered on Jan 20, 2015

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