Question about 2000 Ford Taurus
DIAGNOSTIC CHECK REVEALED CODES,P0750 SHIFT SOLENOID,P0743 TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH,P0755SHIFT SOLENOID,P0760 SHIFT SOLENOID,P1506 (IAC)VALVE DUTY CYCLE HIGHER THAN EXPECTED,P1237 FUEL PUMP SECONDARY CIRCUIT,P1451 EVAP. EMISSION SYS. VENT CONTROL CIRCUIT,P0135 02 HEATER SENSOR,P0141 02 HEATER SENSOR,P0161" " ,P1401 DIFF.PRESSURE FEEDBACKK EGR CIRCUIT HIGH INPUT. All the 02 sensors are different banks . engine light is on also the transaxle light is on.
Posted by Anonymous on
You need to check each component that is on that fuse for a short. You can disconnect them all and put a fresh fuse in. If it doesn't blow immediately, plug the components back in one at a time (with the key on) and check the fuse each time. When it blows, you will know which component is faulty.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My friend this sounds like a catalytic converter problem. A number one symptom in the case of a "burned up" catalyst is loss of power or as you put it bogged down. Try disconnecting at the flange if not too much trouble or simply remove the O2 sensor downstream and see if pressure changes (old trick)
Posted on Jul 09, 2011
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