Question about 2001 Ford Focus
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be a TPS sensor. They may or may not code. But it also sounds like a loose connection. Also check for 5lb keyring in ignition switch.
You could see if Autozone or Oreillys will scan it, they do it free. Check to see if you are under warranty and make it dealers problem.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
the only way is to connect with a ecu analyzer-programmer to a authorized or specialized service garage to find the cause and reset the ecu.
Posted on May 28, 2010
Actually, the newer ('05+) Duratec motors have a sealed airbox. There is a meter on the side of it (positioned just behind the driver side headlight.) To qualify as a Partial Zero Emission vehicle all emissions parts are required to last for 100k miles. 100k miles is when Ford recommends replacing it. Yes... you replace the ENTIRE airbox. Often times it's more cost effective to replace the unit with a traditional cold air induction kit (~$150) with a more traditional air filter.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
SOURCE: 2006 ford focus rear brakes
If the piston is stuck out this is due to a seized calliper however a temp Fix is to turn the piston clockwise to force it back in as rear callipers are self releasing so they need to be turned clockwise they will not go stright back without turning. This is due by broken calliper seals although you will temp fix it, It's best to either replace calliper or buy a calliper fixing kit which includes all the seals that need replacing.
Also You will need to Empty the brake fluid out to make it easier to push the piston in it, Then you will need to bleed the whole brake system once fitted back.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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