Question about 1997 Ford Thunderbird LX
Hello! Thank you for allowing me to solve your P code trouble...The P0161 Is a O2 sensor.problem...In many instances it is an effect not a cause...P0171 and P0173 are indicating a lean fuel air mixture...The Throttle Positioning Sensor (TPS) is the primary suspect...It is mounted on the throttle body...It has a two wire connector with the following wire colors...Brown/White and Gray/Red...Rather than replacing the sensor...It can be tested...Do you have a voltmeter? Please send a comment..Saailer
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