Last post on Oct 23, 2013 at 8:43 PM
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#39 of 53 Re: My 2004 Expedition dies randomly also.. [tonychef]
Sep 22, 2012 (12:48 pm)
I found the wire that was causing the engine to stall at low & high speed, taped it good with electrical tape, made sure no electrical wiring(s) are touching the aluminum freon pipes but my Expedition continue to stall. I hooked up my scanner to check my I/M monitors, I have no check engine light, & my evap system is "incomplete" (rest are "OK"). Also I noticed my idle speed is slightly low between 750-800 rpm at start up & down 700 rpm at warm temp. So I took off the air intake assembly & did a visual check. I found the fuel vapor separator tube (hose) is deteriorated, Ford Motorcraft part #9D289, that connect to the vapor canister purge valve part #9C915. It's dealer only item & would you believe it cost $57.18? http://www.fordparts.com/Default.aspx Cleaned the throttle & intake & sensor connectors with CRC spray cleaners. Then I went to Pep Boys & got me a 3/8" I.D. X 2' of fuel line hose for $4.49 plus tax to replace the fuel vapor separator hose. My rpm now is around 1K rpm at start up and around 800 rpm at operating temp. Drove it around the neighborhood, no problem. It's idling fine.......Test drive at high speed (freeway) in an hour. Wish me luck.
#40 of 53 Re: My 2004 Expedition dies randomly also.. [amboytex]
Sep 23, 2012 (5:09 pm)
Found this video on You Tube video, hope it help you find that fuel vapor hose.
Mine is fixed. I did visual & wiggle tests, got lucky & saved a lot on expensive suspect defective sensors & parts. I did replaced my in-line fuel filter but that's overdue. Other than that, I spent $4.49 for the temporary fuel line hose but ordered the oem Ford 9D289 fuel separator hose & for 2 cans of CRC Throttle Body & Electrical Parts/Connector Cleaners.
#41 of 53 Re: My 2003 Expedition dies randomly also.. [tonychef]
Oct 13, 2012 (3:24 pm)
I read your post but I am having a hard time finding the wires. I was hoping you knew the names of those wires so I can you tube or google it and see how I am able to fix my car. I am having the same exact problems you were having. I to have a 2003 Ford Expedition. Thank you!!
#42 of 53 2004 Expedition dies randomly
Oct 28, 2012 (6:16 pm)
I had the same problem. Replaced the fuel filter, fuel pump, took it in for repeated diagnostic. Of course it never dies while at the dealer or my regular mechanic. It finally dies and would not re start. I had the dealer test for power all the way back to the fuel pump. Turned out it was the fuel pump relay. Had to replace the whole interior fuse panel.
Just glad it finally got figured out
#43 of 53 Found it! 2003 Expedition used to stall every few weeks while driving
Feb 03, 2013 (7:12 pm)
The guys at the dealership couldn't find the cause for this issue.
Said I have to start the elimination process by changing the fuel pump and some other stuff quoted at around $1500 total.
Didn't do it.
Last week it died again and I couldn't start it.
Had it towed to PepBoys in Thousand Oaks CA .
The guys their spend almost two days to diagnose what is the real problem.
Eventually they said it is most likely the interior fuse panel.
They got a new one - and the car works great.
Cost: $415 for an original Ford fuse box
Installation and diagnostic: $250
Very happy with Pep boys!
#45 of 53 2005 Expedition cuts out on take off
Apr 13, 2013 (6:58 pm)
I have a 2005 that cuts out on take off this usually only occurs when building speed to get up to hiway speeds of 60 or so. Never cuts out in town or city driving always only when accelerating once cutting out starts I push the gas hard and it comes right out of it then runs fine until I slow down and have to accelerate again. This thing has got me stumped. I did air filter change, injector and fuel system cleaner. and no change...please help....
#46 of 53 Re: 2005 Expedition cuts out on take off [inkjetpilot]
Apr 15, 2013 (7:09 pm)
How many miles? It sounds like a misfire. Do you have a check engine light? If not you may want to have a place with a good scanner read it for pending codes. It will likely show the misfires and what cylinders are doing it. From there I would look at plugs and COPs.
#47 of 53 Re: 2005 Expedition cuts out on take off [alwaysfords2]
Apr 16, 2013 (2:19 pm)
114,000 I did an ohm reading today on cop's all read between .07 and .08 except for one, and it read .06. Which tells me that would be the one to replace if any. Also went and had it put on machine "no codes found", they told me if it wasn't a misfire that is constant it might not throw a code". also I found today that if I take the overdrive off the miss is still there but not as noticable. is this normal? I thought maybe tranny issues since the overdrive calmed it alittle, but this thing is a smooth shifter, and no slipping of any kind almost seems like it has to be a cop? whats your thoughts?
#48 of 53 Re: 2005 Expedition cuts out on take off [inkjetpilot]
Apr 16, 2013 (7:59 pm)
I still think it is a classic description of a bad COP. Where did you have it scanned? A discount store will not be able to read pending codes, where a dealer can. A misfire may not immediately set the CEL but will be logged in pending codes.