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  1. brent310
    10-09-2009 12:56 PM
    Hi Rod, Can you send me the PCV elbow replacement procedure? I am getting the 2 codes and the engine will sometimes stall at idle. Thanks, Brent
  2. eg182
    10-06-2009 08:28 PM
    I am new to blogging and posting so please bear with me.
    I have a 1999 Merc. Mountineer.
    Problem with power door locks.
    Pass front side button does not work at all.
    Drivers front side works only to unlock, not lock.
    Rear hatch works both ways, no problem.
    Key fob works unlock only, no lock.
    Drivers door keypad unlocks only and sometimes only moves actuator halfway.
    I tested each actuator in question with multimeter and no voltage signal when needed as described above. I am thinking the RAM module in right rear quarter. Is there a way to test it?

    Eg 182
  3. Need4Speed!
    08-27-2009 01:41 PM
    Hey i was just wondering if you knew how to change 97 taurus break lines n how much you'd think it would put me back.
    Hope to hear back!
  4. nhra55314
    08-23-2009 10:10 AM
    Thanks for your help.Is it alright to use starting fluid also could you tell me where the MAF sensor is located. My e-mail is d. Thanks again for any help. Richard
  5. idjikaity
    07-19-2009 10:49 PM
    Hi, Rod!
    Thank you very much for your willingness to help me with my 2001 Taurus/Vulcan AC compressor removal. Could you please send me a PDF file of the steps from the 2002 service manual, to remove the AC compressor (and if possible, steps for replacing the evaporator core orifice and accumulator).
    My e-mail address is
    Thanks very much in advance!
  6. redwine1951
    07-02-2009 09:07 PM
    can you send me the info on how to get to and change vacuum elbow on my lincoln ls v6

    thank you so much!
  7. LincolnLS05
    06-19-2009 09:18 AM
    Rod, I just change Heater Control Valve on my 05 LS and AC works great. Now it seems like I'm havign issues with passenger side window. At times, it doen not want to go down when you press the buttons on either side (driver or passenger). When the window doesn't want to go down, the AC does not turn on and I get the red blinking car light on my daash display (the door open light). I re-did my self diagnostic and it still reads 12 65, could this be affecting it, I thought this code was no good for models after 2002?
  8. parker4
    06-17-2009 06:09 PM
    Please check my posting. I have a different username, but you have super super helped me over the past two years!!
  9. foosty
    06-06-2009 10:40 AM
    I read your instrctions for replacing the electric door lock actuator for the rear door of a 2001 taurus/sable.
    can you give instructutions for the front doors?
    foosty [addr removed by shorod]
  10. shep1984
    04-25-2009 11:04 PM
    I have a 2001 Lincoln Ls V6

    After you drive the car for 5 or 10 minutes and you start stopping, lights, stop signs or whatever, the oil light comes on. It's been doing it for a week or so. But I haven't had any oil loss. The last couple of days it has been doing the same thing but now it's leaking a small amount of oil. It's not coming from the oil pan bolt or the oil filter, it's somewhere higher up. Today I could smell burning oil and a red light.

    Any help would be great.


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