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2013 Ford E250 Alternator Motorcraft

P311-251E644    GL8859  New

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Motorcraft Alternator
  • 225 Amp
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2008 Ford E250 A/C Spring Lock Connector Motorcraft - 5/8 Inch

P311-3166937    YF1134  New

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Motorcraft A/C Spring Lock Connector
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Motorcraft Ignition / Radio Capacitor Connector
  • Leads: 1; Color: Gray; Gender: Male
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Motorcraft Ignition / Radio Capacitor Connector
  • Terminal: Tin; Color: Black; Leads: 1; Gender: Female
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2009 Ford E250 A/C Spring Lock Connector Motorcraft - 3/8 In.

P311-35476CD    YF990  New

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Motorcraft A/C Spring Lock Connector
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Motorcraft Overhead Console Connector
  • In-Line, Female; Color: Black; Leads: 12; Gender: Female
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Motorcraft Electronic Brake Control Connector
  • Leads: 14; Color: Grey; Terminal: Tin and Silver; Gender: Female
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Motorcraft Fuel Tank Pressure Transducer Sensor Connector
  • Terminal: Tin; Leads: 3
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2012 - Ford E250
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2010 Ford E250 Tire Motorcraft - With 16 Inch Wheel

P311-2B68416    TPMS7  New

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Motorcraft Tire
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Motorcraft Temperature Control Switch Connector
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2000 ford e250 van

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Question From conrekar on 2000 ford e250 van

I have a Ford E250 van...v8 engine. Recently when driving and let up off gas it starts to "sputter" or "hiccup". step on gas it stops doing it. Any suggestions on what may be causing this?

Response From Hammer Time

That's not making a bunch of sense. The the truck was decelerating, how would you know if it "hiccuped"?

Response From conrekar

Maybe my terminology is not good. You can feel it...maybe "missing" is better term.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Same thing. You can't feel a miss if the engine isn't accelerating (under power).

2000 ford E250 temp gauge

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Question From jse on 2000 ford E250 temp gauge

Driving along in my 2000 ford E250 5.4 l v8 when all of a sudden temp gauge pins on hot oil light comes on van loses power, but continues to run. I pull over shut it off restart (sometimes 2-3 times) and all is normal. What could cause this to happen?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Temp shows hot and oil warning? Have you even checked levels of coolant and oil yet? Still driving or trying is just going to make this kill itself and it seems to be warning you,


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Response From jse

Yes everything is fine.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What is "hot oil" light on this meant for? Transmission something?


Need codes read if fluids are really fine. The temp suddenly spiking up and loss of power something is really happening not just an error in the gauge IMO so needs attention right away starting with a code reading - and don't force this to run if not right as it will just make things worse,


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Response From jse

I've had my mechanic take a look at it twice. But every time I get it in there its not doing it anymore. The reader shows that it overheated. He said I might be the temp sensor. But can't be sure unless he can get the reader on when its doing its thing.

Response From Discretesignals

Have your mechanic monitor the CHT temperature sensor on his/her scan tool. See if wiggling the CHT electrical connector/harness or tapping on the sensor with a screw driver gets it to act up. The CHT is located on the left hand cylinder head. You don't have to drain the coolant to change it.

If the sensor shows the head temperature getting above 260F, the PCM will go into overheat protection mode. It will cause the temp gauge to peg, hot lights come on, and fuel injectors to be cut off. If it shows 330F or more, the PCM will disable all the injectors and the engine won't start.

Response From jse

It did it again this morning. It turns out that even though the hoses and radiator did not feel hot to the touch the anti freeze level was down by half 2.5 gal . The radiator is new 3 months old and there is no visible signs of a leak anywhere. Also no water on the dipstick. Will have to monitor it and search for some kind of leak.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Have the coolant system pressure tested when the engine is cold, you'll find the leak. I'm surprised your mechanic never thought to inspect the coolant level...hmmm

Response From jse

HMMMMMMMMMm is right my thoughts exactly. Thanks for all the help

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Maybe try this: Put a thermo in floor heater outlet and set heat to warmest. Once warmed up it should stay about the same. If it fluctuated or goes cold at the time gauge says "hot" it really is hot IMO. Boiling means vapor which doesn't transfer heat and messes with sensors.


Just do anything not to overheat or run on low oil pressure whatever this intermittent thing is it's worth paying strict attention to,


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Response From GC

I think there was supposed to be a comma there Tom. (gauge pins on hot, oil light comes on) I think....

Response From Discretesignals

Probably a faulty CHT sensor.

2000 Ford e250 engine replacement

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Question From wollnutz on 2000 Ford e250 engine replacement

Hello,

I have a 2000 Ford e250 cargo van with a Triton 5.4 v8 engine. It has 112,000 miles on it.

I recently threw a rod and want to find a working engine in the junk yard to swap with. I was told that I need an engine from either 2000 or 2001. I am trying to find out why that is and if there is anything I can do make something else work. I am having trouble finding an engine from these years.

I would appreciate any advice.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Have you considered a reman. long block?

There are quite a few difference between the years it seems. Here is an article on some of the differences between them:

http://www.enginebuildermag.com/Article/1947/rebuilding_the_ford_5.aspx

Response From nickwarner

Prices in my area for a used motor with a ton of miles are still over $1300. I'd get the long block and know you have the right one.

Response From Hammer Time

No, you can't just start switching stuff around these days. The operating system is engineered to one specific setup. Besides, it's against Federal law to try anything else.