Question about 2002 Ford F150 Regular Cab
It has a 3.5 liter v-6 ecco boost, also getting p054a and a p054c code
From www.dtcdecode.com, those are Over Advanced Camshaft Position for banks 1 and 2 on Cold Start. Not sure of the strategy on that engine management system, but I would not think the cam position sensors are both bad. The system is receiving some information that makes it think the cams are over advanced (possibly a temperature sensor). Check for TSBs relating to that issue at a FORD dealer or subscribe to a service such as www.Alldatadiy.com or Mitchell's www.eautorepair.net . These web sits are well worth the cost, which is under $50.00 for a year's subscription. Hope this will get you going in the right direction. Good luck and let us know what you find.
Posted on Apr 17, 2014
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