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About Ford E-350 Club Wagon
The Ford E-350 Club Wagon made its debut in 2002 for the 2003 model year with giving up the Econoline nomenclature. It was offered in two body styles, a passenger van and a cargo van but came in trim levels including XL, XLT and a high-end Chateau. For 2003 model year, the E-350 Club Wagon received a facelifted updated with a larger grille to match the latest Ford F-Series Super Duty as well as an interior update with a new engine cover with redesigned cup holders, a glove box sharing with the Super Duty tricks, a new digital odometer in the instrument panel and even a tachometer. During its lifetime, the Ford E-350 Club Wagon was powered by a 7.3 L V8 turbodiesel, a 4.6 L, 5.4 L V8 and a 6.8 L V10 and these engines sent power through the 4-speed, 5-speed and 6-speed automatic transmissions.
Ford E-350 Club Wagon Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
First, engine failure is often the most common problem that an aged model such as Ford E-350 Club Wagon would meet in use. In case you have no idea about how to diagnose and solve it, here are some recognizable, practical and simple symptoms of this issue provided by experienced drivers for your reference. At first, the engine will make some strange sounds to remind you of something is wrong, if you ignore them, the engine will run roughly and have performance issues such as stalling, misfiring and even hard starting and inability to start. Before the vehicle breaks down completely, you still could get a clue from the lit Check Engine Light that the inspection on the spark plugs, oxygen sensors, oil filter, air filter, engine mount, body control module and crankshaft position sensors.
Second, for Ford E-350 Club Wagon drivers, braking failure is also a serious issue since the working condition of the braking system often decides if you can reach at the destination safely or not. However, some drivers said that when the vehicle reaches a certain the mileage, the brakes will make some noisy sounds when being depressed, and they will respond slowly as well. The brake pedal also becomes pulsating, and if you inspect carefully, you will find the brake rotors covered by score marks. Brake fluids, locked-up rear brakes on wet surfaces, and illuminated Brake Warning Light and Parking Brake Light are also signs for you to inspect the brake line, brake proportioning valve, brake disc, brake drum, brake caliper, and parking brake cable.
Meanwhile, please attach enough importance to routine maintenance on vulnerable auto parts on your vehicle since it may be your lifesaver. Taking preventative measures is always smarter and more effective to avoid fatal accidents. Parts such as the seat belt, windshield wiper, wiper blade, fog light, headlight, antenna and cabin air filter should be maintained on a regular basis if you want to enjoy a safe and comfortable driving trip.
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