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2000 Ford Ranger XL 4.0L Fuse 6 CJB VIN: 2FDZ123440
Hey gang I'm Just wondering if anyone may have seen a common concern with wire chafing of a shorted TR sensor or similar on this one. I believe its circuit 298 Violet/orange The Fuse # 6 in the Central Junction Box ( pass comp fuse box) blows very intermittent...
2002 Ford Ranger XL 2.3L hard starting VIN: 1FTYR10D82
There is a long crank time more when starting cold. If gas pedal is held down it starts better. It sometimes is better to shut truck off it doesnt start right and then starting it again. I am near sea level and MAF was at 158hz, temp sensors ECT & IAT were wit...

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1997 Ford F-150 Lariat 4.6L monitors VIN: 2FTDX1861V
customer has not returned to let me check or diagnose problem myself. several good replies, especially about the engine getting to operating temp. like i said the egr monitor did run but somehow erased. i beleive the car has a keep alive power or internal pcm ...
2001 Ford F-250 Super Duty Lariat 7.3L Trans VIN: 1FTNX21F41
The fix was for the dealer to flash the computer. Ford has an update that increases the pressure to 1st and reverse. THANKS for the replies.
2003 Ford Taurus SE 3.0L MIL Lamp on VIN: 1FAFP53233
Thanks to everyone for their help. The key to the fix was Sean's advise to clear Keep Alive Memory (disconnecting the battery) and the other advise to reset the Baro PID and clean the MAF sensor. After performing those procedures the vehicle during subsequent... Trouble codes: P0171 (System too lean - Bank 1), P0174 (System too lean - Bank 2).
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