Question about 2009 Ford Focus
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In my opinion it sounds like a problem from inside the fuel tank but don't quote me on this. With multiple sensors and switches related to fuel movement throughout the vehicle you're truly better off having a professional deal with this, unfortunately it will cost a few dollars.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
when the ABS light stays on it means there is a fault present in the ABS system and the ABS has been disabled, as long as the light is on u just have regular brakes with no ABS, there are many thinbgs that can turn the light on, most common is one of the wheel speed sensors is defective, since these sensors are about $75-100 each and there are 4 of them guessing is a poor idea, so what u need to do is have the ABS systwem tested, there will be a fault code present to help narrow down the defective part or wiring.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
SOURCE: my 2001 ford crown victoria
A few different things could be going on here. Some things to check: possible vacuum leak, TPS (throttle position sensor), IAC (idle air control valve). I would check these first. Is the ck engine light on? If it is, take it to your local O'Rielly's or Auto Zone, they will scan it for free. Hope this helps, TJ
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
its going to either be a fuel problem or electrical,, so check fuel first ,, get a can of carb cleaner, or quick Start,, spray some in the air intake as someone tries to start the vehicle, if it runs as long as your spraying, ( don't so this too long ) then you have a fuel issue, the easiest thing to do is change the fuel filter , try that first ,, if that doesn't fix it, your going to have to check the fuel pump,, now,, if none of that helped,, pull a plug , whatever one is easiest to remove, and put the plug wire back on ,, hold the plug with insulated pliers , ( so you don't get zapped) and ground the end of the plug against a bolt head anyplace on the motor, hold it there while s friend or someone cranks the car over, you should get a nice blue spark at the tip of the plug,, if you do ,, its again a fuel problem,, if you don't,, check the cap and rotor, any tiny crack in the cap, or build up of corroded contact tips inside the cap, will cause these problems your having, clean them off as good as you can and also clean the rotor tip, see if that helps, if it does, replace the cap as soon as you can, and also the rotor, if this doesn't help, your going to have to get the coil checked, and trace everything back to the ignition
Posted on Sep 22, 2011
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