I was looking at the 2004 Ford Explorer fuse diagrams and I see that in the Power Distribution Box in the engine compartment ( which is " live ) that fuse # 41 is a 15 amp mini fuse for the ignition coil on the 4.0 liter V6 ( I'm not a mechanic / technician , it's just something I noticed )
41 liters = 10.831054 US Gallons 41 litres = 9.018739 Imperial Gallons
Code 41 - EST Circuit (Electronic Spark Timing) or CMP Sensor, No distributor Reference pulses to the PCM at specified engine Vacuum, A malfunctioning ignition module can very easily cause this code to set. If the EST circuit is either open or grounded it may very well cause the same problem. Hope this helps.
41 grams of sugar
Melyssa Ford is 41 years old (birthdate: November 7, 1976).
The 2002 Ford Explorer has a drag coefficient of .41 Cd.
The 2005 Ford Explorer has a drag coefficient of .41 Cd.
The 2004 Ford Expedition has a drag coefficient of .41 Cd.
The 2004 Ford Explorer has a drag coefficient of .41 Cd.
The 2005 Ford Expedition has a drag coefficient of .41 Cd.
The 2006 Ford Expedition has a drag coefficient of .41 Cd.
The 2003 Ford Expedition has a drag coefficient of .41 Cd.
The 2003 Ford Explorer has a drag coefficient of .41 Cd.
41 to 47 psi
The 2003 Ford Mustang has 41 in. of rear hip room.
OBD1 code 41 = solenoid valve, vehicle speed control
Harold Ford Jr. is 41 years old (birthdate: May 11, 1970).
41 US Quarts are roughly 38.80 Liters.1 quart ~ 0.946353 liters1 liter ~ 1.05669 quarts
41 to 47 psi.
41 to 47 psi, pump running, engine off.
41 = faulty ignition module cam sensor (3.8L) look at all codes at this site: http://www.troublecodes.net/GM/ no comment nothing further
The new 2011 Ford Fiesta gets about 41 mpg on average. 37 in the city and 44 on the highway.
Not a valid assumption... ignition switch could be defective. To check which is bad... There are several places on the solenoid of interest;. There are heavy wires... one long to the battery, the other short to the starter motor itself. There are thin wires &#40; one or two&#41;... If two, one goes to ground. The other is the lead from the ignition switch. If you jumper from the battery to the heavy lead, and it starts &#40;cranks&#41; then the started motor itself is OK and you could have EITHER a bad solenoid or a bad ignition switch. If you jumper from the battery to the thin wire from the ignition switch and it cranks, then its a bad ignition switch &#40; or wire to it&#41;. If it does not crank...bad solenoid. If it does crank when you jumper the thin wire, then get a short piece of wire and climb under the dashboard. At the back of the ignition switch connect the wire between the heavy wire &#40;often purple or red&#41; and the terminal on the ignition switch with only one wire on it. If it cranks...bad switch...If it doesn&#39;t crank...wiring problem. If both of the other switch terminals have only one wire &#40;rare&#41;, then the one to jumper is the one furtherst from the heavy wire IN THE DIRECTION OF ROTATION of the switch as you go from off to on to start."
41 liters are about 43.32 US quarts.1 liter ~ 1.05669 US quarts1 US quart ~ 0.946353 liters