Question about 2004 Ford F150
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From Lusty Kid:
I know the economy is bad, but change all of the plugs. Check your PCV Valve hose, 150 rottens them out allowing air to be sucked in, thus all kinds of codes.
Depending on mileage. Dismount the EGR valve and clean passages. If you are really good dismount the throtle position sensor body and clean out passages with Choke Cleaner., dismount where the EGR valves connects to the engine, clean out passages. Also check the hose thats behind this mounting to ensure is not clogged. If clogged clean it out. If not replace it. Is about 1.5 ft. long, connects to the PCV Valve Hose.
When is the last time you change your harness. Can't remember??? Replace it. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
It either has a vacuum leak or a dirty MAF. To test for vac leaks spray the engine with carb cleaner to see if the engine speed changes., if it does you fond the leak. The most common leak is pcv line coming straight off the back of the throttle body. Check there first. Also check to make sure there are no air leaks between the throttle body and the mass air flow. Don't replace the idle speed motor or the tps, they won't fix it. It is possible the o2 is the problem, but it usually isn't. P0107 Is usually always from the stuff i listed above.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
SOURCE: TOO LEAN CODES
yes very very common code for these motors i get them all the time. now the first thing i do is listen to the pcv valve for noise if it is rattling this is the problem and is the most common of all. another thing is the intakes leak from cracks in them but the only way to find it is with a smoke machine. now the one other thing i have seen before is debre like a leaf in the mass air flow sensor but you have replaced it so most likely no that.
do your self a favor and change the pcv valve it only cost under 5 dollars. if this is not it you will need to find the leak in and around the intake or a vacuum hose.
because you have two lean banks this mean if it is a leak then it has to be in common with both banks and that is the vacuum line system intake etc...
let mew know if you have any more question. good luck man
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
to fix your problem , you need a set of islator bolts , located inside the plastic plantam the seals are bad on yours,this is a postive fix ,just fixed same problem on my 2001 windstar codes 171&174,Jerry in Orlando
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
Make sure you have all the vacuum leaks repaired.
Disconnect the battery for two mins,codes my clear.
The codes you got are O2 Sensors,because of the vacuum leak,which leaned out the readings and set the codes.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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