Your engine’s primary air intake valve connects to the IAC or Idle Air Control Solenoid Valve. Check out the common warning signs of IAC problems.
Some 2008 Ford Escape models equipped with a 3.0L Duratec engine may exhibit oil leaking from the dipstick tube or the front or rear crankshaft seals.
The dreaded TPMS light. This tech tip explains a simple diagnostic suggestion.
If your headlight bulbs were installed at the same time, the life expectancy will be fairly similar. If one goes out, the other probably isn’t far behind. That’s reason enough to replace both. Deal with it once instead of twice!
Winter can take its toll on your vehicle. Along with your spring cleaning at home, it’s time to spring clean your vehicle!
It is always good to have information from the OE that confirms what you suspect. Check out this tech tip, written by Auto Service Professional, to see what they have to say about 2011 Ford Escape engine misfires and other issues