Question about 2005 Ford Freestyle
How do I fix this problem so it won't keep recurring ?
Try the following:
Note the radio anti-theft code & station settings;
BE SURE YOU KNOW HOW TO RESET THE ALARM;
Be willing to reset the clock;
clear the MIL code, then:
remove the negative battery cable for one minute during which time, to clear any capacitor stored elctricity, then re-attach the battery cable and reset the alarm, radio settings and clock.
If that does not solve the problem, replace the fuel injector control module.
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