Question about 2001 Ford Escape
Okay, I posted on this site back on April 7,2009 about error code "P0402" for my 2001 Ford Escape. I have replaced the following parts:
EGR valve, DPFE sensor, idler air control valve, EGR vacuum sylenoid and "ALL" four of the O2 sensors...I AM AT A LOSS! The light came back on again! I am about to drive the truck into a lake! That should fix the problem.
This might sound crazy but it works with these Escapes most of the time. Go buy a can of Seafoam from your part store. With the engine off, disconnect the brake booster vacuum line and place it in the can of sea foam. Start your engine and keep your foot on the gas pedal and keep the RPM's around 2k.The vehicle is going to smoke like crazy for 10 minutes or so, when the smoke clears up for the most part, go drive it for a couple of miles and see if that helps. It cleans out the carbon buildup from you intake and sensors and takes care of that code you getting most of the time. OR, you purge canister needs to be replaced...
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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