Question about Lincoln LS
OBDII codes: P1000~ pretty sure this code is always present in ford vehicles, P1650~ Power Steering Pressure Sensor out of self test range and P1703~ Brake On/Off Switch Out of Self-Test Range. Had the brakes done September and nothing but problems since. I could feel the difference in the pedal from one side to another.... Possible that it could be air in the system? EVAC leak? Please help, trying to get home to TN and must be able to fix and afford problems on my own.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 ford f150 engine 4.6
The EGR valve would be an out put sensor. Your code show an input sensor. Dig a little deeper to find the right sensor. I do apologize for not being able to tell you where to look. Yet it sounds to me like you know a bit and there is always some value in tracking down a problem and finding a good ending.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
SOURCE: 2002 Ford Focus. When I
You would have to do a pin point test but an engine coolant temp sensor will cause the computer to think the vehicle is cold then run it richer and when the O2 sensor sends its signal it indicates too much fuel so lean the system out. It could possibly something like the temp sensor, could be a wiring issue shorting out at the computer, computer itself. You will need to get the book so you can do pinpoint testing on the sensors to determine which one(s) is/are bad. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 19, 2011
I found several references to this Code. One solution was that the A/C or Defroster function was left switched on during the test. Simply turn off the A/C-Defroster switch, clear the computer, and then retest the system without the switch turned on.
Another solution was to change the Relays with a like Relay part number like the horn relay. Something not critical to operate the engine yet available for testing purposes.
The Relay box layout is available on Autozone.com for free when you register your vehicle.
I hope my solution helps you.
Posted on Aug 14, 2012
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