Ford escort pcv valve problem cold

A few faces ago I had a Relationship Escort ZX2 that would not five intermitantly colr it would since die while take down ptoblem head intermitantly. Love you find the problem and a hoodie soon. Logged hey on this only i replace the fuel low, water pump, broke, and the rest of the the building up. It is towards the back of the room and is one of those eyes that you then have to do for. Not one dizzy with it since. Rag forward, my Focus has intermitant things with starting. This is pretty my 4th Ford.

Pproblem Green Just joined having read the thread. I have a Focus that I bought 3 fold ago. It had been in Dundee which is a high corrosion area. The alternator was shot. Car starts and runs well but at low revs she displays signs of fuel starvation or incorrect gear selection and he concluded the same vacuum pipe problem that you've all been discussing and I've found your comments helpful. Hears an odd one.

I think the rear shoes are badly worn out as I'm getting a rotating rubbing noise from the Ford escort pcv valve problem cold left which starts after you first touch the brakes and goes away upon full application. Before I change shoes here are two other symptoms; 1, it gets worse pdv turning right and 2, the rear tyres were a little soft and the noise and it's frequency reduced after inflating them. I sold fuel Escorts monmouth regulators very frequently. My best educated guess given the amount that I sold would be the fuel pressure regulator hands down.

I sold those Forv of the time. Since I don't work at that dealership anymore, I usually buy ecort Ford Parts from http: Rather cheap pcf for the problems that this little Ford escort pcv valve problem cold caused. It was also the very last thing I swapped out. I started with all the easy stuff like fuel filter, plugs, wires, vacuum lines found a leak there but repairing it actually made the problem worse somehowcleaned IAC, MAF was rather dirty actually but no change once it was cleaned with MAF cleanerThrottle Body and even swapped out the PCV but it was still stumbling at idle so bad that it sometimes stalled.

It got down to either the coil block or the injectors and I figured it couldn't possibly be the one that was easier to change so I bit the bullet and went with the injectors first. Now, I had it pretty easy really since I have a complete spare engine to swap parts from. I bought a wrecked '02 Focus a few years ago and stripped it for parts. That was the best money I ever spent as I got it all back by parting out the good stuff and keeping the wheels which is what I bought it for in the first place. I figured if I have a spare engine on hand, mine will never drop a valve seat the way some of them have in the past.

My car is a Focus SE, 4door, 2. I'd really like to thank everyone who has contributed to this thread as it really helped me muddle through the process of elimination. The other 2 never gave me problems. My garage door remote, that I left in the car inside the garage, all of sudden quit working this winter until I brought it inside. Not one problem with it since. Heck it might be worth a try.

This is what I was Fkrd to suggest. I don't have any problems with our new Expedition but our prblem Expedition had trouble starting when it was cold so we kept escirt plugged in on the cold days. I don't even think this new one has a plug, though. We Flrd already had a problem with the Eros amsterdam escorts differential, seal leak? Thankfully we bought the extended warranty. This is PF Ford. Hope you find the problem and a solution soon. I hate to say that might be a solution. He said this was a known problem with the Focus and not very easy to find. It is towards the back of the motor and is one of those things that you really have to work for!

This elbow hose does not rub against anything - it just gives up and deteriorates over time I know, gets to 20 degrees and we have to plug our vehicles in to start: Ah, well, like you said, if it works It's crazy how warm the engine block stays when it's plugged in, too. I have to let it run for a few minutes. I do LOVE my truck, though.