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E350 Thermostat location

Where is the thermostat located on an 1993 E350 Diesel engine???? Some say in the water pump but I dont see a port on it.
07-30-07, 06:39 PM
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Blink & crash

When my A/C unit kicks on the lights blink and I loose my computer and cable. Of course they come back on but I have to log back in and my cable takes a while to load info, etc. I have just had my...
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Question Alternator problems

I have a Ford E350, the alternator is working but at low RPMs it is only putting out 12 - 13 amps but does recover to 14 - 15 when normal driving. Is the alternator on its way out?? Or is there...
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It does not seem to be using a lot of oil, how do...

It does not seem to be using a lot of oil, how do I check or fix rich fuel??? Where is the PCV valve???
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Got the blues

I have an 88 Ford E350, Desiel, it is running ok, well seems ok, but the exhaust is always blue and very smokey and very pungent smelling. What is the problem???
Thanks,
Jones
12-09-06, 03:49 PM
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IT NEVER WORKED. I DID NOT TOUCH IT. ORIGINAL...

IT NEVER WORKED. I DID NOT TOUCH IT. ORIGINAL WIRING FROM REMODEL.
12-09-06, 02:42 PM
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3way switch mess

I have a hall light with 2 3way switches, the first switch will turn the light on and off but the second will turn on the light if the first is off but if the first is on the second will not do...
10-31-06, 09:21 AM
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Neutral and ground wires in panel

I have a home inspector telling me my panel is not code because there are some ground and neural wires on the same terminal screws and each screw connector can only have one wire on it, do these need...
10-09-06, 08:01 PM
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Lightbulb eating electrical system

regular light bulbs seem to only last about 6 weeks and long life bulbs seem to keep working. And a mother board possibily was fried even with a surge protector. This is an older house but does...
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Ford E350 odometer 200,000+ miles

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Unhappy Ford E350 1993 Odometer

I have an E350 reading 78,000, but I think it has more miles than that. Does the odometers from Ford click back to zero at 200000 miles???? The title says that the odometer reading was 154753 miles...
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Lightbulb Flywheel missing teeth

Ford E350 Diesel, 4 speed automatic, I have a flywheel that is missing teeth, can I change that out myself or is that a pro job? How would I do that, or if pro, how much should that cost?
Thanks,...
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Question E350 diesel starts, runs, then stops....

E350 diesel starts, runs, then stops, then with a lot of pumping pedal and turning over will fire and start great. I had the same problem for a while then it would not start at all, I replaced the...
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Question E350 diesel will not start

I have a 1988 E350, here resently it has been starting, running for a second, then dies, then would take a lot of turning over and pumping the gas pedel for it to start again. The Napa guy said...
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Hour meter = miles driven

I am looking at a deisel that only has 10,000 miles but the hour meter (hobbs) has 2200 hours on it. I know that deisel engines last nearly 300,000 miles if maintained, but how do hours equate to...
05-31-06, 06:09 PM
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Question Challenger breakers hard to find

Are Challenger breakers still being made or still floating around out there???

No large distributors seem to be carrying them in Central Ohio.

When looking for a compatable breaker what do I...
10-19-05, 08:34 PM
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3 and 4 wire stove

I have a built-in oven and a cook top I am installing in the kitchen, the oven has a red, black, white, & ground wire, someone clipped the white and the gound together, is this ok? The cook top only...
10-19-05, 08:28 PM
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Breakers

How can I tell if the breakers are rated for doubles?
10-19-05, 06:52 PM
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Inspection

Here are two things from an inspection done.

1. There are breakers that are double lugged.
Is it true that if I run a lead to the breaker and I tie that lead with the
the two wires...
10-08-05, 07:54 AM
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Not a HI bashing question

Do I need to do anything to my ungrounded 3 prong outlets to make them NEC complient? So either switch them to 2 prong or GFIs correct? Or is it not a safety issue and what do I tell the buyers?
10-07-05, 11:06 PM
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What is the NEC on ungrounded outlets

I have an older home, some of it has been remodeled and it has grounded and ungrounded outlets thru out the house. The baths and kitchen have GFIs and they are grounded. What does the NEC say about...
09-20-05, 09:38 PM
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lazurite blue floor tile

Anyone have a clue where I can get some lazurite cobolt blue tile 12x12 here in the states at a decent price, East Coast would be great, but not getting picky? I see that it comes in percentages of...
05-17-05, 06:25 AM
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gypcrete on condo floor

I have gypcrete on my condo floor. I took up the tiles and found a somewhat crumbly cement type stuff. The tile came up very easily. What is my next step. I want to put down slate, do I need/can I...
05-15-05, 06:51 PM
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Ceramic board on top?

Hi everyone,
I want to tile my condo kitchen floor, currently there is Vinyl Composition Floor Tile, the 1/8 inch thick 12 x12s. Can I nail/screw my ceramic board "Hardibacker" on top of the VCFT...
03-07-05, 08:08 PM
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Getting more power to the 2nd floor.

I have an older home, still has some of the "knob & tube" wires in use. I am not touching those but want to get more outlets to the second floor. The only way I can see doing it is running it up...
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