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Which computer box ? Your vehicle has a least 4 or 5 or more , PCM - engine / transmission , ABS - anti-lock brakes , air bag module , SJB - smart junction box or body control module , instrument cluster has a microprocessor , HVAC - heating , ventilation , aircon control panel is a computer box .

2006 Ford... | Answered Yesterday


their is a plastic cover on the drivers side under the car. you will have to take 4, 10mm bolts off and then you push the green clips and pull a same time and the filtler will come off

2002 Ford... | Answered Yesterday


Look at fuse #21 in the fuse block under the left side of the dash, also check for a burned fuse link going into the underhood junction block. I hope this helps. Take care.

Ford Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


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Ford Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


If I remember correctly, the factory lights are still separate from the wigwag lights. Once the light controller is removed the factory light switch should still operate like normal. You might need to repair the wiring where the light controller was tapped into the lighting, but just like the headlights operating when the unit was a patrol vehicle.

Ford Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


Check this diagram for 2003 Ford Expedition 4WD 5.4 liter SOHC V-8 VIN "L"...

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Hope helps (remember rated this help).

2003 Ford... | Answered 2 days ago


It will never start until the codes are canceled in its computer brain. Takes expensive specialty tools. A dealer can do it but you have to get it to them. A less expensive way is to call and ask a mobile mechanic if can do it. Not all of them can. Replacement keys fob are not expensive online but they also need reprogramming also.

1999 Ford Crown... | Answered 2 days ago


replace the relay, jumper wire wont work, there is a small set of points inside the relay, there probably burnt, or stuck open

Ford Taurus Cars... | Answered 2 days ago


I think there are several nuts you need to remove from behind the dash then the control comes out the front. You will have to remove the cables to get it out far enough to service the switch. I hope this helps. Take care.

Ford F-250 Cars... | Answered 2 days ago


There is no reset. The front wear indicator is wired in series with the rear brake pad wear indicator. When the brake pad wears down to the sensor, it grinds away the wear sensor and the circuit opens. That lights the warning light. If the light is on, there's an open somewhere in the front or rear brake pad or wiring harness.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


Usually caused by a bend brake backing plate or dust shield. Easy to do when you're replacing a bearing. Check to see if it's rubbing on the rotor.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


Does the car start an run ? I assume so . no headlights no door locks no radio no dash lights... all stopped work at the same time . Wouldn't think battery or alternator being the problem . More then likely a SJB - smart junction box problem . or connections some where . The SJB is ford BCM - body control module .All the thing's you say that stopped working are controlled by the SJB. The first thing too do would be to hook up a ford factory scan tool an check for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes .

Ford Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago


Which lights ? Warning lamps or back lighting . Warning lamps - check engine ,ABS , air bag , low oil , battery etc...... How long have you had this car ? Someone cutting wires was probably trying to get rid of the PATS system , anti - theft . passive anti-theft system . Your best bet , take it to a qualified automotive electrical repair shop . The only thing your going to do it cause more problems ,without knowing how to diagnose electrical problems.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago


Check the heavy battery lead that feeds the starter motor for bad connections.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago


Generally when a diesel has trouble starting there is always a possibility low compressions are the cause if heater plugs weren't the problem. Some engines are more prone to this than others, the worst and least offender in my experience were both Ford.

Usually if the heater/pre heat is a problem and everything else is ok then removing the air cleaner and blowing hot air directly into the intake will provide a normally starting engine.

Many engine "specialists" will say injector condition plays little or no part in the starting stakes - not true! Apart from any other considerations, something must be done about a non-starter and it is quicker, easier and cheaper to check the easy possibilities before sending the engine for overhaul. A good battery and starter is essential to provide the best possible cranking speed and then ensure the injectors are in good order and that means removing them and sending them to the diesel specialist...

Ford F-350 Cars... | Answered 3 days ago

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