I have a 2001 f150 with a miss in the engine. Now there is a ticking noise coming from my engine. I did replace the injectors myself and the no start issue has since gone. I got a picture of what i mentioned It sets level with the tensioner just below the right side valve cover. With the amount of money to get it fixed I might as well replace the whole engine cause the rest of the truck still looks new.
Two feet of snow melted this week and now the rain. Using a wooden dowel I tried more places to narrow down the origin. Is there supposed to be a vacuum line hooked up to it? In the worst case scenario, spark plug fragments parts of metal or ceramic could end up in the cylinder. In other cases the noise may require further investigation. Sounds like slack in the timing chain or the cam phaser is shot. Coincidence or moisture in the tank ill never knowWell drove it home from work 12 miles still missing and around town for an hour still missing parked it overnight outside it was around 20 here in iowa last night. I have asked around and spent a ton of money chasing this problem the only thing I can find is all of the 5.
Later on, they have the exact opposite problem bear with us for that one. The heli coil that he just installed blows. Not exactly a pleasant experience. I took it back after a week and they said would change the oil if I wanted, but the small stumble and ticking sound was normal. This is a dis-service to the public who have unknowingly bought these vehicles and get stuck with huge repairs due to the design of the motor. Furthermore, as the engine oil pressure is used to rotate the input side, it is crucial to maintaining the engine as per Ford instructions. The Rpms still seemed low to me around 500 in gear and 750ish in park and neutral.
If you notice the ticking sound on start up, make sure to change your oil as soon as possible and use a good-quality oil filter. Can anyone give me the name of the place in Tucson where I can get a reman 5. It has been documented that the cylinder head design in this vehicle has had a history of problems with ejecting spark plugs due to a lack of adequate threads in the spark plug holes. I plan on purchasing another F150 in the future. I have taken it too 2 ford dealer and I'm getting different store from both. The vehicle was a total loss. I will gladly donate more to you for your continued advice.
I was putting it in reverse to drive away and there was a strange popping sound. In the first place, the problem happens because the fuel pump driver module is directly attached to the steel frame. Wonder if when you put the coil plug wires back on if they are completely going on the plug? Headed back to dealership with it. Yes actually it runs to between the radiator and grill. Upon inspection of the vehicle the dealer stated that the engine needed to be replaced. Worst-case scenarios on high-mileage engines translate to full engine replacement. In extremely rare cases, the 5.
If isolated to a specific bank replace all the lifters, intake and exhaust, only on the affected cylinder bank. The failure mileage was 137,000. The only canister on either side of the radiator is the over flow on the driver's side and nothing on the passanger side. I am afraid it may be timing chain related. While driving highway speeds, the vehicle suddenly went into limp mode and the power failed.
Had truck put on scanner at autozone, scanner detected misfires 0n cyl. Attempt to duplicate the noise, and determine the source of the symptom. There was no way I could have known the pressure was down due to this gauge. I shut the truck off. That is what Ford technicians do advise to this day, despite the cost involved. The entire hood was melting down onto the motor. How is this not recalled??! Will it cause any problems if I only remove the right side valve cover? The noise is like a metel rattle on the right side mostlikely in front lower region tensioner, ac and pully area.
Ford technicians will diagnose the problem, identify misfiring cylinder s , and replace the spark plug and coil where needed. While depressing the accelerator pedal, the vehicle hesitated and still would not accelerate. So ford if you are listening, recall this engine or lose another life long ford customer. It seemed to run fine yesterday when I got done, but today I have the same problem. Then the wire starting sparking the block which shut off the engine. Jake and Nick are my sons. The manufacturer has not been contacted.
Just for the heck of it, check it and let me know its condition. Soft aluminum heads allowing sparkplug threads to wallow out and shoot them out head like a rifle and breaking coil mount and since fuel still being squirted in it is ejected into a hot engine manifold that could ignite the fuel air mixture and cause a fire. Wonder if when you put the coil plug wires back on if they are completely going on the plug? I immediately pull over, and pop the hood, I smell gasoline. Is there supposed to be a vacuum line hooked up to it? I hope Ford reads this and everybody else's complaints on this so we can get this recalled finally. While the engine is one of the best Ford has ever engineered, based on warranty repair numbers, it does require care and proper maintenance, like all engines.
The contact returned the vehicle to the dealer several times for other repairs, but the failure persisted. It's now back to the dealership for the 3rd time in a week to get it fixed right! It runs fine as far as I can tell but Im a little concerned about it. I think I was origanly wrong about it not getting faster with Rpms. All of the 2005 5. At speed it seemed to have a slight shake.