Ford F-350 Speedo Cable Noise Behind Tachometer

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The facts, your 2010 F350 SD truck with 90,000 miles on it has an electronic speedometer, not one that’s connected by a cable to the transmission. However, You are hearing an on-and-off rubbing noise behind the speedometer between 30 and 40mph. It’s on the left side of the dashboard where the tachometer is. What’s interesting is that the noise changes with the vehicle’s speed, just like it would if it were a traditional speedometer cable. Your F350 is an XLT …

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Why There’s So Much Excitement About Aftermarket Tail Lights?

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Can you guys that know this subject well explain to us why so many people prefer to replace their original equipment manufacturer (OEM) tail lights with aftermarket ones? I’ve noticed some small physical differences, and it seems that some aftermarket options are brighter than OEM lights, but I’m still struggling to grasp why there’s such a demand for aftermarket tail lights. Additionally, I’ve noticed that some aftermarket tail lights don’t look as good as the original ones. Am I the …

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Ford F-150 Coolant Leak

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I drove my 2017 F-150, which has a 5.0L V8 engine with 110,000 miles, without any issues last night. However, when I returned to the vehicle, I noticed a significant coolant leak on the ground. Upon checking the coolant reservoir, I found it to be completely empty. Upon further inspection under the truck, it appears that the coolant was being expelled, but the temperature gauge did not show any overheating. I added more coolant, but it started dripping noticeably even …

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Using a Steam Cleaner to Detail a Vehicle

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No matter how often or how thoroughly you clean your car, the interior of your vehicle can still get dirty, especially after prolonged usage. Some of the ways that your car can get dirty include: Dirt and dyes on your clothes have transferred to the car seats. Oil and dirt have been deposited on the wheels and other parts of the dashboard from your hands. Oil deposits are building up on the headrest. The floor of your vehicle is covered …

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How to Read ABS Antilock Brake Codes

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If you have noticed that the ABS warning lamp is on, it probably means there is trouble with the system. If a self-diagnosed problem does not cause the ABS light, circumstances may trigger an incorrect code with the component. When this happens, you will still need to figure out the real cause of the ABS warning lamp illumination. Depending on the application, you might encounter difficulties when you try to pull codes from the ABS. For instance, you will not …

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How the Defroster Works

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A car defroster is a component that can be found commonly on modern vehicles. Normally, defrosters on the vehicle’s front side will use their current, while the rear defrosters use electric power. A working defroster’s main functionality ensures the driver maintains good visibility and avoids fogging on the front and rear windows. This component is important, especially in humid weather or cold winter days. You need to ensure that your vehicle defroster is working properly, especially if there’s a threat …

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Water Pump Diagnosis and Replacement

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The water pump is one of the most important components of the vehicle cooling system. As the heart of your cooling system, a water pump is used to circulate the coolant liquid from the radiator to the engine, which will keep the cool temperature of your engine. If you look inside the pump, you will be able to find an impeller that is made of metal or plastic. This component will push the water to move through the pump. The …

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Universal Coolants

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Vehicle manufacturers have used a wide selection of extended-life coolants over the years. Every one of those coolants also has different colors and chemical formulas. On the market, you can find green coolants, orange coolants, blue coolants, yellow coolants, red coolants, and even those colored pink. These differences in colors and formula can also cause confusion among vehicle owners and car technicians. Without clear guidance from the manufacturers, people are confused about the type of antifreeze they need to use …

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Donate Your Unique Vehicle

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Regarding charitable giving, most people think of donating money or goods. However, a lesser-known form of giving back can be incredibly impactful: donating unique vehicles. Whether a classic car, an RV, or even a boat, donating a unique vehicle to a charitable organization can provide more value than many other forms of giving. In this article, we’ll explore the benefits of donating unique vehicles and how it can be the ultimate act of giving back to the community. The Benefits …

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Tips for Choosing and Using Car Seats

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Car seats are essential for keeping young children safe while riding in a car. CDC data said car seat use reduces the risk of infant death by 71% and toddler death by 54% in passenger vehicles. However, choosing and installing a car seat can confuse and overwhelm many parents. To help ensure your child’s safety, here are some tips for choosing and using car seats. Find the Perfect Car Seat for Your Child’s Age and Weight Car seats come in …

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