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Code #P0171 & code #P0174

1999 ford Explorer XLS with original 65,000 miles
4.0 SOHC 4wd

The codes in the subject line stipulate that bank 1 & 2 are too lean. Replacing the following parts did not fix the problem.

Replaced MAf sensor & check engine light came back on
Replaced right bank & left back 02 sensors & check engine light came back on. The

Please help if you can.......James have same issue with 2002 ford explorer sport 4.0 liter motor, I do not want to put on a lot of stuff if it does not solve problem, also code readout gives possible problem as a failed HO2S21 or H02S21.

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  • webuck1 Jul 07, 2008

    96 Ford Ranger, code P0171. Replace PCV valve, check hose, may be blocked.

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Intake leak either plenum or lower ford had problems with this look it up

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    pcv valve could be messed up or the hoses running to it

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The intake manifold gaskets need replacement as well as the o-rings inside - if you call FORD they should be able to get you the correct parts.

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Look, man here is the deal:
code p0174 - refer to the front cylinder bank
code p0171 - refer to the rear cylinder bank

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Intake gasket leak

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Which O2 sensors did you change. Your car has 4. One in front of each cat (catalytic converter) and one behind each cat. I have a 99 explorer with 205,000 miles and I have only changed the ones in front of the cats. The other two are still oniginal. Check to see which ones were changed.

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