We had a water interruption. Cleaned rust from inlet affter water restored. Since then times for each cycle are incorrect (hand wash 63 min, etc.). All my water temps are correct for each cycle, time is not. All other options are also unselected, nothing is different from before. Only the time for each cycle is incorrect
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Some of these intakes have a channel under the throttle body that supplies flow to the EGR. The channel is below the mounting plate for the air horn. Also clear the computer of old Codes.
Code 171 and 174 mean lean condition. It means more air is getting into fuel mix than is metered through air intake. Try using water spray bottle on all seams and Vacuum lines while engine runs and opening will draw in water and affect RPM.
Use water spray on Brake booster while engine runs. Bad diaphragm will leak Vacuum.
Finally, rear metal tube to DPFE has 2 short Vacuum lines which DPFE fits on. The metal tube goes to Exhaust. Some have a metal ridge on this tube. The ridge can leak Exhaust flow and affect the DPFE readings. Sometimes rust can build in this tube and it may need to be cleaned to restore flow.
This could be coming in from a few places. As well as checking seams, i would suggest checking your floor pans... Many times rust will slowly eat thru the floor pans, and allows water to be soaked up... Get the car up in the air ( or climb on under it). Tap on the "floor" from underneath where the rear Foot area would be. If it seems rusty or weak or you can see visable damage. this could be your culprit, even if it isn't rusted through completely. This is a very very common problem with cars in my area , as I live in northern USA. Alot of snow = alot of salt on roads = alot of rusty floor pans :)
This could also be coming from your B - Beams. When your tires displace water. it splashes them against the inside wheel well and tire guard.. Under that guard lies your car body. If this has rust in /on it that has penetrated all the way through, the water is getting thrown "into" the body panels, which is leaking through to your seats. Hope this gave you a little more information on places to look.
Remove the heater hoses from the heater core at the fire wall. The large one is the inlet. With a water hose, force water into the small heater core outlet while holding a rag over the inlet. Allow the rag to make a bag to catch what comes out of the heater core. If the rag catches large pieces of rust the core should be able to flow coolant again.
this is a air pump located under the engine that goes out they have a new desinde pump that wont pull water in and short the pump out at the dealer they have a problem with them sucking water into pump and rusting it comes with new hoses that relocate the inlet side of the air pump nere the battery
This happens ALL THE TIME!! Heater core is likely plugged with rust, yes. but a garden hose fix will NOT last. and the reserve probably IS cracked on bottom, as most are.They are relatively cheap from Ford, though. Have a REPUTABLE radiator shop do a Genuine Power Flush to the entire cooling system (not an automated fluid exchange many shops claim to be a "flush") and THEN have them unplug the heater in a similar fasion. Now is the time to replace the surge tank (old one is packed with rusty sediment that is usually partially plugging the cracks in it, and not very cost effective to clean anyway). On older, very rusty 2 valve 3.0 systems only other issues are the rear of timing cover gasket often leaks a little, and the water pump impellers can become eroded away (from rust) and water flow suffers. So... watch for residue or dripping from behind water pump. If minimal, a mild leak sealant added to a properly cleaned system with refill and tightening the bolts near leak will do the trick--otherwise timing cover gasket and pump replacement is needed.
There are speed sensors for the abs in the front wheel bearing assemblies. Rust builds up and changes the air gap between the speed sensor and the reluctor ring inside of the hub. The rust needs to be cleaned away to restore the proper air gap it fix the problem.