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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you get that, it means you are nearing transmission failuer. If you have warranty on the truck, take it to the dealership. If not, swing on by AAMCO and have them inspect it....this is a free service and they will not perform maintenance on it without your consent. It also lets you know what item can be fixed.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
SOURCE: codep1309 1999 windstar
P1309 is a code that occurs when the PCM diables the misfire counter due to com. issues between cam pos sensor and crank sensor. generally a bad cam sensor
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
fuel pressure regulator could hav failed-located by engine or the ignition module may not be workin-by dist area try not to be a parts replacer-buy a repair book
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
The code means that there's too much variance in the speed of the
firing of the cylinders and therefore the misfire monitor is disabled,
in a nut shell
the pcm is saying the car is running too rough to pinpoint exactly
which cylinder is misfiring.
This can be caused by problems with
cam sensor or circuit
CPS = crank position sensor or circuit
MAF sensor or circuit
CTS = coolant temp sensor or circuit
My question is how is the car running? If it is running smoothly I would check synch of the cam sensor (requires special tool) and or replace it.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
P1518 - Intake Manifold Runner Control Malfunction (Stuck Open) The
IMRC system is monitored for failure during continuous, key ON engine
OFF or key ON engine running self-test.
The test fails when the signal on the monitor pin is less than an expected calibrated range at closed throttle.
* IMRC monitor signal circuit shorted to PWR GND or SIG RTN
* Damaged IMRC actuator
* Damaged PCM
Hope this info helps
Posted on Jun 21, 2010
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