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Can you bypass exhaust sensors on a 1996 Ford f 150?

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Posted on Apr 20, 2015

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SOURCE: Overfuelling when engine is cold, no power past 4000rpm.

First thing I would do is hook a scanner to the car to check the throttle position sensor and coolant temp sensor to make sure the car is getting up to temp. If it's not getting up to 195 degrees, none of your controls are going to work right. Also, make sure it's full of coolant because low coolant will make the car think it's in cold weather and make it run rich. Also, a thermostat will make a car have this kind of problem. Phil

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Got a PO118 code for my 1996 ford Econo 150 van.

I work for Ford and have never seen this code, but the sensor must be on the fuel rail on the top of the engine, vans have a hot stall/hessitation issue from vapor lock, maybe this is part of the fix.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 Ford F-150 300 inline 6 timing gears/timing issue

u have to unplug the spout small gray plug on driver side in the eng comp . on the fender wall on plug that set timming thing it should b 10 deg b4 top dead center then plug spout back in comp will adv timming

Posted on May 31, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 f-150 4wd 6cyl. crank sensor problems

Most of the time this means low fuel pressure,check the fuel filter to see if it is stopped up,if so,replace it,if not,then have the fuel pressure checked to rule out fuel pump.

Posted on May 23, 2010

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SOURCE: 1996 Ford F-150 XL with

the EGR valve isnt working ,disconnect any vacumn pipes that run to the valve and wires and leave it like that unless you want to fit a new one ,an older vehicle never had this contraption fitted ,they always give problem when vehicle is older so if the vehicle runs then leave it disconnected .

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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