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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
WELL THIS VAN HAS MANY ISUSES NEED TO JECK FOR VACUME LEAK AT IN TAKE AND THE PLENUM IF ITS PLASTICK THEY TEN TO CRACK OR THEY HAVE GASKET FAILER VERY COMEN ON THIS CAR OR YOU MAY NEED TO CHECK EGR VALVE IF STUCK OPEN IT WONT IDLE THEN YOU HAVE THE IAC VALVE IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE YOU CAN USE BRAKE CLEAN AROUND IN TAKE BUT BE VERY CARFULL FLAMIBAL SHOULD HAVE FIRE EXTINGSHER NEAR YOOU WHEN DOING THIS
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks turned out to be the air flow sencer on the breather so thanks to you i located and fixed the problem"
Fuel line tool. Can be found at any auto parts store. There are muptiaple sizes, so if you get a single one, make sure it's for your vechile. However, most tools come with all proper sizes. Once you have the tool, you slip it on the line, with the long end, you'll see what i mean, towards the filter. Push in and twist, while doing so pull line and filter away from each other. Line should pop right out. There might be some metal clips on the filter and line to keep them connected as a precaution. Those have to be removed to get the tool in proper area. A little note for you, I've worked in auto shops and I hate chaning the ford fuel filters. They are a pain in the but. Plain and simple. See, dirt can get up in where the tool goes making it harder to get line apart. Do you plan on keeping your vechile for a while? If not, is it worth paying for the tool just for this one use? I'm just saying think it over.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
Mine is on too (MIL, with p0193), 2005 freestar. My dealer can't figure it out for some reason? So I went out and bought a code reader, will fix it myself!
Anyways it can be the fuel pressure sensor (approx $100 for part), the fuel pump, or regulator on the fuel line, not too sure what they are worth, and time for labour? I am currently looking for a test gauge to check the pressure in the fuel line to see if it is pump or regulator or sensor. Hopefully your service guys can run a few similar tests and determine what needs to go.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
it's your upper intake manifold gasket. it has a crack in it and needs to be replaced. your getting to much air and not enough gas. mine did the same thing.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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