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Here is a wealth of information explaining the code, and the causes of it:
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Posted on May 27, 2010

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I have a ford windstar 2001 LX 3.8 i have the codes po401 po171 and po174


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I have a 98 ford windstar with check engine light on the codes are P1537, P1538, PO171 system to lean , and PO 174 what are they?


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You should be able to purchase these at any auto parts store (call ahead for availablility).
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1995 Windstar OBD II showing codes PO340, PO171, and PO174


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What is PO171 on Ford Winstar 97 3.8 liter


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Codes P0171 and P0316


code po316 is a random misfire like plugs or wires po171 will cause po316 po171 is a lean o2 code on bank # 1 that is a vacuum leak need to check it better for a vac leak

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