Question about 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
After 90,000 miles, the Check Engine Light came on. The manual says it is related to smog control system and to contact the dealer. Is the most likely problem the Oxygen sendsor? Catalytic converter? I have changed O2 sensors and catalytic converters in my Hondas and it was easy. Any good advice is greatly appreciated.
When the check engine light came on .... it generated a code in the PCM. You need to first retrieve the code, this will point you in the right direction. With out the code... do not replace any parts. The check engine light comes on for about 70 different sensors and actuators. Better not to guess. Get the code first !!
Posted on Mar 04, 2013
Yes the o2 or egr valve
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