Question about 2008 Ford Mustang
Wrench light comes on loses power
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
We ended up taking the vehicle to a trusted auto repair shop. The codes came up indicating a failed throttle body, most likely in the electronics. After a few more pinpoint tests, the recommendation was to replace the throttle body. The cost for this repair was just under $500. Since there is no aftermarket on this part, Genuine Ford parts were used.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
I am not to sure but I know that there is a process called the "Relearn" which mainly zinchronizes the throttle body with your ECU... But I am not to sure for a ford exactly I know that for a Nissan if you getting code P0507 the relearn Process will follow as: 1. Warm up the car to normal temperature of drive it for a few minutes and turn it off. 2. After you shut off the engine wait ten seconds. 3. Turn the Key to the ON Position but don't start the car. 4. Wait 3 seconds and press the gass pedal and release 5 times in whitin 5 Seconds. 5. Give it a 7 seconds and press the gas pedal and keep it pressed for about 10-15 seconds and the engine light should star blinking for about 15-20 seconds as soon as it stops blinking start the engine let it run for about 20 seconds and rev the engine up a couple of times then you can shut it off.
But I had a couple of time in which a rebuild piece might fail to sync with the relearn process...You might need to go with a new part....Good Luck. I am kind of sure that Ford migh have a forum those sites are very helpful because of they are Ford Vehicles owners that will post their solutions to similar issues.
Good Luck! CR.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
SOURCE: I changed the battery in
i just had the same problem...the wrench light means the car is in "limp home" mode and i had to replace my throttle body assy....$165 on ebay at blueovalindustries
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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