Question about 2001 Ford Explorer Sport
If the light came on it should have a code for a scanner. That would indicate the problem. But there are a few things to look at. Under the airhorn which bolts to the intake manifold there is a breather groove for the EGR valve. This groove must stay clean.
Since you are demanding more EGR flow with higher speeds the blocked groove is causing a restriction and causing the other components to trip a warning.
I do not know your Pollution equipment. On older U.S. cars there were airpumps that were belt driven and some had a type of air filter that needed cleaning.
Another part called a (TPS) throttle position sensor can affect the engine performance.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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