The Vehicle Was Taken To A Dealer Where It Was Diagnosed, But There Were No Failure Codes. The manual says if error, try cycling the key. . We hooked it up and got no codes. The only thing I did differently this time was cleaning the surface and using air to blow it all clean again. The Manufacturer Was Not Contacted. It has happened about 10 times over the last two weeks.
The noise is kind of grinding but you do not hear a metal to metal noise. Its been trouble free except the hood needing to be repainted because of the aluminum under the paint corroding. . That's more than I care to deal with right now. I know from what I've been reading about on these Explorer auto 4x4 systems in here is that they are very sensitive to tire or wheel size changes from what the factory recommends. The Manufacturer Was Notified Of The Failure. Contact your authorized dealer as soon as possible.
I've replaced all 4 wheel bearings in mine more than once. I appreciate you taking the time! Drive in a moderate fashion avoid heavy acceleration and deceleration and have your vehicle serviced immediately by your authorized dealer. The Manufacturer Was Not Made Aware Of The Failure. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. This solution info comes from a huge mega-million incident database. Dave Sometimes the system will freak out for whatever reason and shutting off the vehicle and restarting will fix the issue. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.
Ok just called them again. However, it may not just be the window relay, it could possibly be that between your window relay and your main switch there is a short or cut wire that is causing this problem. I'd very much appreciate actual knowledge on the subject. Hello my friend, Thanks for the reply. It Was Diagnosed That The Abs Module Needed To Be Replaced. Unfortunately after that theres not much you can do without a scan tool. It also makes a noise under the truck.
The underpinnings suspension are similar, but not exact. Brake system warning light To confirm the brake system warning light is functional, it will momentarily illuminate when the ignition is turned to the on position when the engine is not running, or in a position between on and start, or by applying the parking brake when the ignition is turned to the on position. Windshield washer: Press the end of the. If I'm stopped and then take off it sometimes acts strange alike a bearing then loosens up and away I go. It tries to go into 4wd on its own also. I live in the boonies but I will take a ride to auto zone they do it.
I will update this thread when I get the results. Today while driving my Explorer my abs light and my advan trac light went on and stayed on. I changed the rims and tires back when the Explorer had 80K miles on it. It will take you longer to stop the vehicle. As A Result, The Contact Lost Control Of The Vehicle And Went Off Road. The Failure Mileage Was Approximately 60,000. Turn signal Illuminates when the left or right turn signal or the hazard warning flasher is turned on.
The scanner also reports what the solutions are that have been reported by others for the error code. Next step would be a full axle if it's not the sensor. The noise happens when I am turning with and without acceleration. So, I moved on to the wobble test. I've also tried disconnecting the battery for about half an hour, but as soon as I start the car afterwards, it still tosses the error.
So you might have a wheel speed sensor that is going out on you. The Vehicle Was Not Repaired. If the indicators stay on or flash faster, check for a burned out bulb. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. I replaced both of my front wheel bearing hubs assemblies yesterday. The biggest issue is the service guys don't really have everything from ford about how to work on the new explorer. If I turn the ignition off, it seems to set itself, usually, but not always.
Oct 20, 2015 Review owner-reported 2012 Ford Fusion problems, defects and complaints. I spent a good chuck of last night reading. Is it possible to buy one of the fancy Ford brake code scanners at least, I've heard that such a thing exists? My Explorer has around 120K miles on it so it would appear that I've got many more miles than quite a few folks who had to change their wheel bearings out much earlier. Also road grime, dirt and gunk buildup can cause speed sensors to give false readings. Does anyone have any ideas or experience with this issue? Will press peddle slowly in snow in future to ease wheel sensing, I guess it might help.