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#470 of 479 Re: Check Engine light [suzie_q]
Oct 04, 2010 (12:56 pm)
You can get the computer codes scanned for free at some AutoZone or NAPA type stores. It's probably the upstream oxygen sensor not yet failed, but starting to go flaky and giving out intermittent bogus signals. Eventually it will fail and the check engine light will stay on until you fix it.
I have the same van with about the same milage and my oxygen sensor has been wonky for about a year. I keep resetting the check engine light and it stays away for a couple months at a time.
I bought a cheap ELM327 based scanner that connects my van to my laptop and reads the engine computer. Pretty handy, especially if you do your own repairs.
#471 of 479 2000 Ford F150 High Top
Oct 13, 2010 (4:20 pm)
Anyone know of a website etc. that might help me get the current value of my conversion van?
#472 of 479 Re: 2000 Ford F150 High Top [nmv]
by Karen@Edmunds HOST
Oct 14, 2010 (12:46 pm)
Check out the Nada Guides site for conversion vans.
#473 of 479 Re: 2000 Ford F150 High Top [KarenS]
Oct 14, 2010 (6:03 pm)
Thank you Karen for that information. I could not find that on Kelly Blue Book.
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#475 of 479 Re: Ever heard of this company? [glittle1]
Nov 30, 2011 (6:24 pm)
Hi ! As a matter of fact I probably built it.Iran the metal dept.
#478 of 479 Re: Check Engine light [suzie_q]
May 25, 2013 (5:45 am)
Auto zone and advance auto does free readings on check engine lights. I had to replace my sensor 2 it was $60.00's for the part and then you have to pay someone for the labor. But if you bring it to them they can tell you whats wrong with it and then buy the part right there. Auto zone has better prices.
#479 of 479 1998 Ford e-150 mark 3 conersion van pricing
May 29, 2013 (9:52 am)
hello, I have a 98 For econoline 150 Mark 3 conversion van I need to sell. I looked on NADA and KBB and can't even get an idea on pricing it. It has 148,000 miles, power windows, power doors, AC and heat work, tv and dvd player in the back, 4.2L V6 engine, automatic trans, tortoise top, cloth interior. gold exterior, beige inteiror. no dents, everything works, the paint on the tortoise top is chipping in a couple of spots, but no where else on the vehicle. 4 captains chairs and a bench seat. I live in Georgia, if that makes a difference. Thanks!