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to reset the proportioning valve try bleeding the master by applying pressure and slowly opening one line at the master until the valve centres. you may have to do the same with the other line to get it to centre, sometimes you have to hit the area where the valve is as it may be stuck to get it to move.
Open the hood and look for the clutch master cylinder. It is smaller than the brake master cylinder, but should be very near it. The clutch master cylinder is about half the size of the brake master cylinder. Take the lid off and see if it is full. If it is empty, the likely problem is the slave cylinder (which is mounted on the transmission at the other end of the brake fluid line), has failed and needs to be replaced. It will likely not do any good to fill the clutch master cylinder, as you will trap air in the line. The slave cylinder will need to be replaced, and the line bled to get the air out. Be blessed.
There is a master default code that will always work no matter how the personal codes are set. Codes are 5 digits and should be on a card hopefully in the owner's manual packet. If you can't find the card, any Ford dealer can retrieve the master code for you. Even if you knew the previous owner's code, you'll need the master code in order to program a personal code of your own.
You will need a new catalytic convertor assembly. Yours is below treshold efficiency in other words its "no good".If you have it replaced, ask the garage/dealer to give you the old one back. Its worth some cash if its full. It doesn't matter thet it failed. They are going after the mesh inside of it and that is worth some $$$$. May not be much , but better than nothing.
the Green color solenoid is the EGRC solenoid valve , i had my Nissan Maxima GXE with the code P1400 EGRC solenoid valve but i got brand new one on the car but the code still there can anyone help thank you.