Question about Ford Fusion
One or more coils may have failed , recommend replace all plugs and coils unless you can figure out which coils are bad.
Posted on Feb 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i just fixed a similar problem on my van there is a rubber elbow on the end of the pvc hose that connects to the valve cover you can only buy the elbow with the hose and it costs about 100 bucks but i guess they have had to replace a lot of these because the new one looks twice has strong you just have to check and see if its collapsed in on itself preventing air movement or leaking the shop will charge you 175 dollars to fix it plus the part but it only takes 20 minutes good luck
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
It sounds more like you've got an intermittant vacuum leak. Try, with the engine running, spraying some WD-40 or any kind of penetrating lubricant spray,over the intake manifold area and any related vacuum lines. If you hear the engine strat to stumble, providing you're not shooting directly into the air box, concentrate the spray on that area until you're able to pinpoint a loose, cracked. or off, vacuum line or hose.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Drop in to an Autozone, or Pep Boys, or similar big parts store & they will usually scan for codes free. This will hopefully eliminate all the guess work, or at least point everyone in right direction for better diagnosis. If not obvious from codes what the problem is, get back to us and we'll help you out.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the great suggestion . I'll have Autozone read the codes on Monday. Thanks again!"
You have a bad coil pack, they usually crack from age and heat. It's best to replace them all. Check for a VW recall on this item.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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