Question about 1997 Ford Aerostar Extended
I was told these codes were for a low voltage circuit and a heater respectively. Could you elaborate and speculate on where I should start troubleshooting?
Those codes are related to your oxigen sensors remplase them and reser te computer by unpluging your battery for 5 minutes
if the problem comes back then to have a false contac on the wire harnes before the oxigen sensors.
is a real commun problem on ford vehicles.
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