Northstar Engines and System Technical Discussion Discussion, Do NS engines have an "air regulator"? in Cadillac Engine Technical Discussion; I went to a car service a week ago ... and they told me that the "air regulator" needs to ...
I don't know, It doesn't shift to lower gears easily, and it is bogging so bad. they say you need to change the air regulator. is there an air regulator in these engines? and are these the symptoms of a faulty "Air Regulator"?
I'm sorry for not giving much details, making you guess.
I'm not quite good at technical terms at all. even non-technical terms.
Ranger, I expected to see your reply to "my" thread. Thank you so much. and yes they might used different terms.
However guys, I didn't get much details from them. it was hot and humid outside at noon.
The car doesn't start fast. and the RPM goes up and down. and it stalls or bogs (don't know if there is much difference between those 2 terms and which one is the right one) however, when I press the accelerator pedal.. it hesitates..
There is no gas smell at all.
Thanks to Raze and submariner409 .. I got the codes:
they are current.. don't know if I did a good job in pulling these codes... or if they related..
and I'm sorry again for not giving proper details from the first.
Automobile(s): 2002.5 F55 STS/65500mi, 2004 Ford F150 SuperCab4x4
MD Eastern Shore - Kent Island
Re: Do NS engines have an "air regulator"?
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