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06 Mountaineer No Spark after changing Gaskets..

Discussion in 'Stock 2006 -2010 Explorers' started by Thafisher, February 17, 2019.

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  1. Thafisher

    Thafisher Active Member

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    You think dirty oil is what's stalling the engine? I was leaning towards a TPS or MAF. Or even the cam sensor bank 1 . But I wouldn't know. What is the CVT? And what gives you the impression that the oil is in bad condition?
     
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  3. Thafisher

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    You think dirty oil is what's stalling the engine? I was leaning towards a TPS or MAF. Or even the cam sensor bank 1 . But I wouldn't know. What is the CVT? And what gives you the impression that the oil is in bad condition?
     
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    I need some advice on my other post if you guys have an opinion.
    I'd greatly appreciate it! New Post on ExplorerForum
     
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    I still think you have a timing problem on bank 1 with the Variable Camshaft Timing which is driven by engine oil,




     
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    Would you still think that if I told you I installed a brand new VCT sensor on bank 1 a week ago?
     
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    Sure, the sensor is just the messenger. the solenoid valve does the work. You can possibly clean it, it is a valve that controls oil that moves the phasers which advance and retards the cams. If it is stuck and either extreme, your engine will run badly. Check and compare both sides.
    Remember the two original codes that dealt with retarded timing and correlation with the crankshaft. I am suprised that they have not appeared yet.
     

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