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Ford Courier Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Ford Courier here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Why does my 2000 Ford Courier billow black smoke when it starts?
The best way to test the operation of a fuel-injected car’s sensors is to have the vehicle scanned at a workshop with the necessary computer gear. The error codes that are revealed will tell you exactly what’s going on and save you the time and money of replacing bits and pieces until you find the actual culprit.
As for your symptoms, black smoke from the exhaust usually indicates a too-rich air:fuel mixture which could be the result of worn injectors, incorrect fuel pressure or a faulty temperature sensor. There are other causes, but those are the ones I’d investigate first. After a scan, of course.Show more
2002 Ford Courier: Faulty fuel pump.
There could be a couple of things going on here. The first is that these engines were old-fashioned mechanical fuel-pump units, so they need to be primed. That involves getting all of the air out of the system before they can start to pump diesel again.
From memory, there’s a manual priming pump in the engine bay (I think near the fuel filter) and the idea is to hand-pump the primer until the plunger starts to feel solid (meaning there’s fuel, not air in there) and then crank the engine till it starts. It can take some time, though. This is precisely why it’s bad form to run an old-school diesel completely out of fuel. Make sure your battery and starter motor are up to the job, too.
The other possibility is that the new pump needs to be timed to the engine. In these set-ups, the pump not only creates the fuel pressure, it also provides the timing for each injector to fire into each cylinder. If this timing is out, the engine won’t run.
Beyond that, look for blocked filters, air leaks in the fuel hoses and blocked fuel lines from the tank. And if in doubt, take it to somebody who knows what they’re doing, because having high-pressure fuel spraying around the place is never a good idea.Show more
Ford Courier 2004: Why does my car keep engaging in 4WD?
It could be a loose wire on the selector switch, or maybe the switch itself could be faulty.Show more
Ford Courier 1995: Error message after flat battery
Disconnecting the battery usually does the trick, but by entering the wrong code so many times might have caused it to shut down. Try a car radio specialist or a Ford dealer.Show more
Ford Courier Models Price and Specs
The price range for the Ford Courier varies based on the trim level you choose. Starting at $2,500 and going to $10,890 for the latest year the model was manufactured. The model range is available in the following body types starting from the engine/transmission specs shown below.
|Year||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|2006||Ute||2.6L, ULP, 5 SP MAN||$2,500||$10,890|
|2005||Ute||2.6L, ULP, 4 SP AUTO||$2,400||$10,560|
|2004||Ute||2.6L, ULP, 5 SP MAN||$2,200||$10,120|
|2003||Ute||2.5L, Diesel, 5 SP MAN||$2,300||$6,600|
|2002||Ute||2.5L, Diesel, 5 SP MAN||$2,000||$6,050|
Ford Courier Dimensions
The dimensions of the Ford Courier Ute vary according to year of manufacture and spec level.
|Year||Body Type||Height x Width x Length||Ground Clearance|
|2006||Ute||1615x1695x4793 mm||179 mm|
|2005||Ute||1615x1695x4793 mm||179 mm|
|2004||Ute||1615x1695x4793 mm||179 mm|
|2003||Ute||1615x1695x4793 mm||179 mm|
|2002||Ute||1615x1695x4793 mm||179 mm|