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Old 07-08-2009, 06:56 PM
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tire pressure sensor fault?

My 08 expedition keeps popping up "tire pressure sensor fault", ford cant duplicate the problem. My wife has recorded it on her cell phone but ford says they have to see it happen. Its also in the shop for the 5th time because the driver side window sometimes wont roll up or down or it just gets stuck. Also havng a problem at times when you take off it just wont go! The gas will be to the floor but the rpms dont hardly move. A few seconds later it will take off. Anybody else having these problems? Im going to contact the GM at the dealership tom.,ford and the scott-mcrae group that owns the dealership. Ay other suggestions would be appreciated.
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