Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: P0125 Trouble Code
Looks like the coolant temp sensor for the ecm has started to go out. Test and replace, clear codes and should be ok.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
SOURCE: ford mustang gt 2005 dtc codes
B1318 are related to low battery voltage .
B1202 is fuel sender circuit open.
P0463 is fuel level sensor circuit, (high input.)
If your gauge appears to be working o.k. all I would do for now is double check my voltage at battery with engine off & running, to make sure all is good there, erase codes & start fresh. The cheap way to erase is to remove neg (-) cable form battery for about 5 min., or more & then reconnect. You eill lose your memory on radio stations & have to re-set them though, otherwise have someone hook-up scan tool to erase them. Is vehicle starting & running o.k. at this time?
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: 1997 FORD CODE P1000
a p1000 code means that the system has not run all checks since last memory erase. in other words after a code erase this code is set until the car has been driven for 2 drive cycles which is 20 to 25 miles then 20 to 25 miles again.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Make sure you replaced the right one there are two sensor's for the coolant, one takes coolant temp and the other one runs the fans for the radiator. Both are located on drivers side of the block. 2 wire leads on each how ever both are different in sending readings to the computer.Both look just alike also. Just make sure you replaced the right one. Or replace both.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Look under your steering wheel right under the dash. There should be a small white strip with 5 numbers. This is your master code for your vehicle. If you bought the car used and they give you a code, they could have made their own code, but the master will override it. If this don't help, the module for the doors may be going bad.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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