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On most models the code means there is a problem with the fuel pressure sensor on the fuel rail, or the pressure is too low at times.
You may need to have a shop look at the data from the sensor to figure out the actual problem.
Sounds like a tune up is needed. new spark plugs (make sure they are gapped to specifications), new spark plug wiring, new coil, pcv filter and new air filter usually are required for a complete tune up.
pretty much every vehicle made today wraps the dash around the hvac box. removing the dash is a time consuming process. but i would also demand that the previous amount that you paid for the repair goes toward the new job since they did not take the time to figure out what the root of the problem was in the first attempt.
a vehicle needs to be serviced regularly to keep it in good operational condition, most modern vehicles don't need a tune up as such but should be serviced by a qualified mechanic at the intervals specified by the manufacturer (every 6,000 or 10,000 miles}.....hope this helps......cheers.
That is a load of croc what the dealer told you. They service every component on the vehicles they sell. Right down to a screw you may be missing. I'm just wondering if your car is still under warranty because I know a lot of dealers that will make excuses so they don't have to pay for the work out of their own pockets.
I am pretty sure if you remove the inside dome light cover and take out the light there is a bolt and nut under there for the base that you can unscrew. By the way where did you buy the parts from, Ford is telling me $70 for the antenna whip?
Out of the blue my light came on to. The code said was running to lean. I did a tune up. Found out it was well over due. New spark plugs and wires gave it much more power and runs smoother, they had been oxidized, fuel filter was needed also. Runs like new now. I did not realize my car was running so pore till i drove it after it had a tune up. Just a single mom's help hope it works.