Question about 2006 Ford Fusion
You can buy your own diagnostic code scanner. Amazon has some cheap ones for
around $40. You can pull the code yourself, and erase the code and turn
the light off. If you have any autozone early, they can read it for free.
With this "number code" you can look up to find out what is the problem is. Then you can go to the mechanic with the printout and say, here's the code and the problem, then...
Several components there, your problems may be caused by incorrect valve timing or ignition timing, or your knock sensor might be operating out of range. Try replacing it to re-check problem. Also check for proper EGR valve operation.
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Posted on May 06, 2010
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