Question about 2004 Ford Focus
P2004 is intake manifold runner stuck open control bank 1. This code should be related to your EVAP system. Did you try resetting the ECM and then the light came back on? If so, did you look at the readiness status? After driving the car awhile different systems should have come out of default and one should have been listed "not complete". Which one was it?
Start by looking for pinched or broken vacuum lines, oil dip-stick not in place or oil fill-cap missing, maybe a missing or defective gas-cap. Anything further would take the use of special tools and a look at live data, to hopefully narrow this down. Good luck.
Posted on May 10, 2010
2003 Ford Focus: Pulls Codes P0751, Shift Solenoid A, P2004 Control manifold runner stuck open, and P0752 Shift solenoid a circuit stuck on. I have changed the Solenoid A and my car still has a hard time shifting. It takes forever to get into 3rd or 4th gear and I have really high RPMs to get it to shift. Sometimes the Overdrive light will blink and then I have to pull over, turn car off and then turn back on to reset. I have been driving with Overdrive off to be able to drive the car. Any ideas on what to do next? Thinking about changing the IMRC actuator, but not sure how and where to start, any ideas?
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
Start car and check the pcv valve hose that comes from the intake manifold to the metal pipe under the coil. It will collapse and leak setting a code.
Posted on May 17, 2010
I literally just found the solution to this issue. Either make sure the fuel cap is on tight or, in my case, replace the fuel cap. I think it's due to either a lack of fuel pressure, or lack of pressure in the fuel tank. As soon as I replaced the cap, the car ran smooth and stopped the code from popping. I'm going to run the car for a quick drive, but since the P2004 code isn't popping up at startup, I think it's a sure bet it's not going to anymore.
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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