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You should not need to reset anything. One of the sensors mounted in the wheel has a low battery. The sensor only operates while the wheel is spinning. The system resets itself with the ignition off for a long time. If you turn on your car in the morning after its been sitting all night and right away you get a low tire warning before driving, something is wrong. It's a system problem because the sensors don't transmit if the car hasn't moved. If it comes on after a lot of continuous driving, it is a low battery. If it comes on in the first 1/4 mile its a dead sensor battery. This all assumes your tire pressure is correct.

Whenever you replace your tires you should replace your TPMS sensors. You or the previous owner chose not to do that to save a few bucks. Later Crown Victorias used stem type TPMS sensors. All others including all Police Interceptors through 2011 used band type TPMS sensors. The band type are better for rough use vehicles where the exposed valve stem might get damaged. As long as the frequency is the same, the sensors are interchangeable. The batteries can not be replaced

The fix for a bad sensor is to go to a tire repair shop, have them use a tool to scan the sensors to see which one is low or plug into your OBDII. Have them replace the sensor with either type. Drive away. The light should go out within 1/4 mile...unless you have more bad sensors.

2008 Ford Crown... | Answered on Apr 12, 2019


It's trying to tell you that you have a problem with the transmission an you need to take it to a qualified repair shop. Code's - DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes are stored in the transmission control module an a qualified technician with a professional scan tool can read these codes. An will also have service repair information for diagnostic procedures for those codes . He would test electrical circuits an the mechanical condition of the transmission . Could be simple or maybe not .

Ford Cars &... | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


It is most likely a fuel pressure bleed down after shutdown, check pressure after shut down it should only drop a few pounds, if more you will need a new fuel pump and filter.

Ford Cars &... | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


There should be a bleeder valve on the back of the wheel cylinder just like a brake caliper. If the bleeder is broken off in the wheel cylinder, you will probably need to change the wheel cylinders. They are not very expensive and are held on by 2 bolts and the brake line.

Ford F-150 Cars... | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


It appears to be number 3 in the picture. It looks like you have to remove air intake. I don't have removal procedure.
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Ford Cars &... | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


look in the owners man. to see if it has a progrramable function setting.this feeture will tell you how or what to do to turn it off.you may have to turn the key on and off a certain amount of time or something of that sort.i've had to fine this info. for the passenger seatbelt buzzer in my F-350.yes it is a pain in the a#$.lol

Ford Cars &... | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


no, power steering is purely a bi-directional manual pump driven by the serpentine belt.

Ford Cars &... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019


This is manual hvac for your vehicle, don't know if hvac is manual or auto. Take blower motor electrical connector loose, use a test lite between those two terminals on connector, key on hvac on, does the lite come on, if it does, may be something wrong with blower motor? At the blower motor in diagram, top wire is voltage, bottom wire is ground. For testing you might be able to use jumper wire to clean metal spot from that bottom wire at blower motor. If it runs the problem is on the ground circuit. When checking fuses also use a test lite at fuse to check for voltage, two of those fuses are hot all the time, two of them go hot with the key on. Check for hvac trouble codes, where applicable?
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Ford Cars &... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019


SADLY THAT ISN'T MADE YET 18,000 YEARS FROM NOW

Ford Cars &... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019


sounds like a quad driver has died. unfortunetly it is in the ecm computer. this needs checked throughly it is an exspensive part. as far as the fuel sensor it's part of the sending unit, it comes with the pump. not cheap either. if you can live with the gauge and keep check on your fuel milage I would wait till the pump went out.

2005 Ford Escape | Answered on Apr 10, 2019


This is what I have for your horn wiring diagram. The relay has two sides, the switch side,right side in diagram, and the control side, left side in diagram. The control side needs voltage and ground to energize relay, top wire is voltage and bottom wire is ground on that side. My guess is problem with wiring in steering column--clockspring or horn switch. If you unplug relay, use jumper wire on switch side cavities, the horn should sound, if so, the problem is on the control side of relay. Just my opinion.
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1995 Ford Ranger... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019


ETC - electronic throttle control problem .

P0606 - Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Internal Communication Error Description: P0606 indicates a register readback (PCM internal communications) error. Possible Causes:
  • Damaged PCM.
Diagnostic Aids: Internal PCM failure. Install a new PCM.
For Electronic Throttle Control applications, an internal PCM failure, or an ETC system FMEM condition exists. Repairing the other DTCs can fix the P0606. Application Key On Engine Off Key On Engine Running Continuous Memory Vehicles With Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) The DTC is an indication of a failure mode in the electronic throttle control system, which includes the accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor, electronic throttle body (ETB), and powertrain control module (PCM). It is accompanied by other DTCs which provide repair direction. Diagnose and repair those DTCS, and the P0606 will not be reset. All others Make sure to check for aftermarket performance products before installing a new powertrain control module (PCM). If it is necessary to install a new PCM, refer to Section 2, Flash Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM).

Ford Cars &... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019


I WOULD SUSPECT THE ALTERNATOR HAS A PROBLEM NOT CHARGING BATTERY

Ford Cars &... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019

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