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engine dies when driving slow. battery light comes on when at idel, took
truck to auto zone to test it out and they could not get a read from it, they said they had a simalar prblem with another customer, and that person said they went online and they figured out it was a fuse blown somewhere but they couldn not tell me where, does anyone have any idea where i could look, so i can get my truck diagosed, by auto zone?
fyi, i had a similar issue. turned out to be a 1" exposed piece of engine harness. hard to see as it was behind the intake manifold. the exposed wire was shorting out on the block, and would blow the fuse as i was driving.
2003 Expedition: 5.4L, Harley supercharger, 4lb lower pulley, c&l plenum, k&n panel filter, LFP SBTB, FTSP, removed front cats, Magnaflow 3" catback, Bilsteins, Eclipse AVN-5510, white face gauges, cobalt c2 boost gauge, 331 rwhp, 432 rwtq (dynoe'd w/20's, 17's back on now)
2000 Ford Expedition, No service engine soon light coming on
I have a 2000 Ford Expedition. I took it in for the usual smog check (CA) I had an egr valve problem, got it fixed. However, it will not pass smog because... the service engine soon light does not come on. Is there a fuse that it could be or is it more than likely the bulb is burned out?
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