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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ford focus 2001
this can be variety of things from air flow meter to oxygen sensor,oil level ok and rad level ok then its safe to drive to dealers and get it checked out.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Make sure you replaced the right one there are two sensor's for the coolant, one takes coolant temp and the other one runs the fans for the radiator. Both are located on drivers side of the block. 2 wire leads on each how ever both are different in sending readings to the computer.Both look just alike also. Just make sure you replaced the right one. Or replace both.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
SOURCE: what does this code mean?
P0460 Code - Fuel
Level Sensor Circuit Malfunction.
I'm not sure what you mean by you mixed gas, does that mean you switched to a different station or octane level? Does the gas gauge still work fine? As long as it works fine you could keep driving for a few more tanks to see if the problem goes away. If you overfill or run the tank too low it can cause issues with the fuel sender.
When the pump clicks off, you're done filling. Though at 175K miles the fuel sender could just have gone bad. If you start to see symptoms then take it into the shop definitely. About the only thing you could do prior to that is if you're comfortable you could use a digital volt ohm meter (DVOM) and measure the sensor readings at the tank (at the electrical connections).
Posted on May 11, 2010
Any introduction of unmetered air (basically a leak) after the MAF sensor in the air ducting will cause the engine to run lean. You need to check very thoroughly and methodically every tube that connects with the inlet manifold plenum for signs of leaks like cracks and loose joints. Take your time inspecting everything in detail, be quite rough and don't be afraid to twist them around to look at the underside - the leak can be so small that it hard to believe that it is the cause. Also check that the evaporative purge valve is closed when revs are low and the engine is cold. A quick method is to pinch each tube closed in turn for about 10 seconds and listen for any change in engine performance. Check the tube that leads to the brake servo unit for tight fitting seals. If all tubes look good, spray WD40 or carrb choke cleaner around where the the Injectors fit into the manifold and also around the manifold gasket where meets the engine block. A leak may be revealed as a rise in revs as the spray is sucked in an temporarily enriches the air fuel mix. If no leaks are found then check the fuel pressure regulator for correct function.
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
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