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You will probably want to replace the steering gear box if it is leaking out of the top adjustment bolt.

2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Nov 04, 2014


autozone stores do rent all different tools ,but I don't know what your looking for, I did look at it on line and didn't see a special tool needed.

2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Nov 02, 2014


I am in a very precarious situation. I had to resign from my position working for the county of san diego, due to PTSD. My disability was exhausted in april and had to apply for Federal long term disability. My disability may b manageable at some point in the future, but for now i am unemployed, on County Aid, and persistent in continuing my treatment. Now, /when my i ran out of funds, i had no place to go and a peer i met in 'sober living' suggested i move in with her to care for her temporarily as she was having surgery...I moved in April 2014.....then in exchange for housing, she suggested that i care for her three pets and the home....while she is incarcerated for a period of less than two years....i agreed reluctantly...i have signed on to the month to month lease.....i have not paid rent but have supplied food, allowed her use of my car, and housekeeping. the situation has become very scary and of course is a result of my choices in desperation and not dealing with a full deck of cards....she has exhibited agressive behavior and i feel that i am verbally harassed and stalked. So much more, but the bottom line is: what are my rights (i have not directly paid for rent) and liability (as isigned the lease) and do i have remedies should she continue her behavior till she is incarcerated. i am trying to find housing...actually since i came here in april....thank you for your time...

2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014


turbochargers will "wind down" on diesel engines..this is a normal funtion unless the blowdown circuit cuts in then it momentarily sounds like no exhaust .. its just loud..does this have a cummins in it?? some use caterpillar but thats kinda rare..

2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Dec 18, 2013


Sorry out of my league here please try a direct question to emmisionwiz hes a foord dealer fitter so he will know for sure

2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Feb 29, 2012


if there is no blown fuses then you will have to check the wires at the back under the truck with a test light to see were your loosing power that feeds the tailights.the tailight wire is a brown wire,you could have a damaged wire or broken wire.

2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Sep 18, 2011


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2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Aug 28, 2011


does the check engine light come on whenyou turn the key on for the bulb check? if it doesn't come on you may have a sensor shorted out and it kills the 5 volt reference signal that the ECM uses to power up the system an dlet the truck start.

2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Jul 22, 2011


In the fuse panel inside the vehicle in the number 7 position there is a 30 amp fuse for the high beams and the "flash to pass". I would check that first. I gave you a diagram below of what your fuse panel should look like. I hope this helps and good luck.


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2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Jun 05, 2011


diesel isn't it, first thing to check is the glow plugs, one bad one will cause a no start, check them with a dvom, and check voltage going to each, other than that check pressure from the fule pump to injector pump

2002 Ford Super... | Answered on Mar 25, 2011

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