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About Ford E-250 Econoline Club Wagon
The Ford E-250 Econoline Club Wagon made its debut between the third-generation E-Series (1975-1991) for the 1984 model year. It was offered in two configurations, passenger van and cargo van but only one body style, 3-door van. Featured a body-on-frame construction, the E-250 Econoline Club Wagon came in Base, Custom and Chateau in passenger van and XL and XLT in the cargo van. Designed as a cutaway van chassis, which lay a basis for many ambulances and various types of trucks and buses. During its life, the Ford E-250 Econoline Club Wagon was powered by engines varying from 3.9 L I6 to 7.3 L V8 and engines sent power through the 3-speed, 4-speed, 5-speed manual and 3-speed, 4-speed automatic transmissions.
Ford E-250 Econoline Club Wagon Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
First, for an old model such the Ford E-250 Econoline Club Wagon, engine failure is definitely the most serious and common problem that drivers will meet during driving. In fact, generally, engine failure is seen as the omen of a vehicle breaking down, thus, the sooner you solve it, the safer your vehicle will be. Normally, this issue will firstly send out some sounds from the engine to warn you of something goes wrong; then you will notice a major decrease in engine performance such as constant stalling, misfiring, and even suffering from starting issues. Finally, the vehicle will also lose power while acceleration and have a poor gas mileage. Once the Check Engine Light comes on, you know it is high time for you to inspect the spark plug, oxygen sensor, drive belt, air filter, oil filter, fuel pump, body control module and throttle cable.
Second, based on some owner’s experiences, steering failure is also a common problem. I believe many drivers have no idea about steering system, let alone the steering failure. In fact, the steering system is responsible for guiding the direction where you desire to. This issue often manifests as leaking power steering fluids on the ground, low fluid levels, loose steering wheel, which is dangerous for driving, difficulty steering, steering tilt not locking, clicking or grinding sounds while turning, and roughly-operated steering wheel. All these symptoms could be attributed to the steering shaft, steering wheel, power steering reservoir, steering column cover and upper steering column bearing.
However, the most effective way to stay away from problems lies in performing routine maintenance on vulnerable auto parts on your vehicle. You know some parts of it are bound to wear and tear quickly and could not last as long as the vehicle could. Maintaining them routinely is the only way to make sure they could make the most of their potential. Thus, please put seat belts, windshield wipers, wiper blades, fog lights, headlights, antennas and cabin air filters on your routine maintenance list.
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