Question about Ford Fiesta
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A few more things to check for you.-
A vacuum leak in any of the vacuum hoses will cause the ECU to make random guesses at what's going on.
Have you replaced plugs recently - or at all? This is probably the main cause - and certainly worth a try.
Fuel filter should be replaced at recommended intervals - about 3 years.
Clean your leads and HT gear really well with a degreasant. Any losses will be more noticable at tickover than high revs.
Lastly.........wear on cam lobes or timing belt.
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Posted on Jun 18, 2008
try pouring some of the gas cleaner in you gas tank when you next fill up and it should make the light shut off. only put half the bottle in
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
There is also a push in socket at the top of the light and a clip at the bottom. When the screws are all undone insert a flat screw driver under the light fitting about 4 inches from the top (remember to use a cloth under the edge of the screwdriver to avoid marking the paintwork) you should be able to push it out now.
Posted on May 02, 2009
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