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Mazda Ed, Auto Service Technician
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2005 ford escape: shakes..40 mph and check engine light is on

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2005 ford escape shakes when going over 40 mph and check engine light is on. 103,000 miles hissing sound comeing from left front area of car when engine turned off
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Mazda Ed replied 6 years ago.

Mazda Ed :

Hi!

Mazda Ed :

Any recent repairs?

Mazda Ed :

Did you have the codes read yet?

Customer:

no codes read yet-this just happened today

Customer:

going to bed, have to be up early to catch a ride to work, will leave window open for when I get up...

Customer:

Well once the codes are read won't they tell me anyhow?

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Expert:  Mazda Ed replied 6 years ago.
Ok, get the codes read and respond back when you have them. You don't need to leave the window open... you can come back to your question at any time.
Expert:  Mazda Ed replied 6 years ago.
Just checking in with you... I didn't get any results from reading the codes yet??
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
No, codes have not been read yet, have to get it to a shop.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
No, codes have not been read yet, have to get it to a shop.

Expert:  Mazda Ed replied 6 years ago.
Ok, just wanted to make sure I didn't miss anything. Just so you know, your local parts stores will usually check the codes for free.... but like I tell everyone, just get the codes read and leave because they will try to sell you parts related to the code based on a hunch and no actual diagnostics.