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I have a ford explorer 2004, went to auto zone and told me my fuel rail pressure sensor needs to be replaced, was wondering where i could buy that

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There are a few sold online but it is recommended that you get this where they also install the part. You have the option to get it from a Ford dealer but there is a premium or a garage you can trust.

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Diagnostic code p0193


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OBD 2 gives a po193 code


The code is for the fuel rail sensor.
Check the hose if deteriorating that probably means at least fuel vapor was leaking.
Replace the sensor and that should cure your problem.

Feb 06, 2012 | 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

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Hi. I have a 2003 Ford Focus LX. A few weeks ago, I was driving back to Florida from South Carolina. About six hours into the drive, my car stopped accelerating. I would push down on the gas pedal and...


Diagnostic Test code (DTC) P0191 has a generic description which reads "Fuel Rail Pressure (FRP)Sensor Circuit Performance"

This code sets when the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is monitoring the fuel rail pressure sensor signal under certain driving conditions. The FRP sensor varies return voltage to the PCM to indicate the fuel pressure at the fuel rail on the engine. DTC P0191 sets when the voltage received from the FRP is above or below the expected "range" or "threshold".

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> High fuel pressure
> Low fuel pressure
> Damaged Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor (FRP)
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What is "fuel rail pressure


It will be on the fuel rail on top of the
engine. Have a wire connector on it
& maybe a vacuum hose

It is what it's name implies

Jul 16, 2011 | 2004 Ford Explorer

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How much does a fuel pump replacement cost for a 2004 Kia Optima?


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