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Everything runs ok code 141

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SOURCE: check engine light is runs ok

You can read codes without a scanner on the 1995. You have to turn the switch on the PCM (powertrain control module) which is by gas pedal near the floor under the dash. The switch is turned with a small screw driver. Get a Haynes manual or go on internet for procedure and codes. You read the flashing service engine light to get and erase codes. Or, do as other poster said, get an OBD-II code scanner for $80, or go to parts store (Advance or AutoZone will do it) and they will read the codes for you. If you use a code reader, the port (plug receptacle or DLC) is on the passenger side under dash near center of car, near floor, on other side of PCM. You have to pull off a trim cover piece to get to it. I think 1995 is the last year for reading the flashing light and all cars from 1996 on must use OBD-II scanner/reader.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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service engine light can come on for any number of reasons anything from a sensor failing, to running to rich or lean, or even a misfire

if its on there is something wrong

the best thing to do it to have a code reader put on it to find out what the code is for.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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SOURCE: High rpm (fast idle)

it is normal. car is designed to do this when engine is cold. it called open loop. when it warms up it is called closed loop.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: check engine light

Code P0000 is monitoring test incomplete, or scan not completed
Not sure on the B0008, a b code is usually not a powertrain code

Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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SOURCE: the check engine light is on everything is ok on

In most later vehicles, that light may stay on for a fixed number (it can be 5-50, we have both) of startups of the engine or many have to be manually reset. The engine can't tell the computer that it has fresh oil but will turn the light on after some finite mileage since the last reset for periodic maintenance items such as your oil change, but some items can't reasonably reset the computer; it has to be told that the oil was changed.
Check your manual to find how to reset that warning light and if you no longer have the manual for your vehicle, you can download a copy of it from the Ford website.

Posted on Jul 27, 2010

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if its on there is something wrong

the best thing to do it to have a code reader put on it to find out what the code is for.

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