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Question Answered: Recurring Check Engine Light
October 08, 2009, 07:03 PM
1. Check for intake air leaks, especially in the hose going from the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor to the turbo inlet. 2. Check the boost pressure sensor with a scan tool while driving under a load. Boost should be about 13 PSI. 3. Check the boost pressure control system. Check the vacuum hoses from the intake manifold to the boost control valve, and the hose going to the turbo waste gate. 4. check the intake manifold gasket for leaks , expecially when cold, because as the engine warms up te gasket expands and actually seals the leak
Question Answered: where is the idle adjust screw located?
October 08, 2009, 06:40 PM
the idle on this vehichle is controlled by the computer, there is no adjustment for idle .. If you are having a stalling problem , try cleaning the throttle plate. remove the air intake hose , and with a smll tooth brush and some intake cleaner scrub the carbon off iside the throttle body.
Question Answered: Transmission fluid
October 08, 2009, 06:36 PM
if you are just changing the filter and fluid it will take approx. 4.3 qts , the entire system holds 9.5 , the torque converter holds approx 5.2 qts , witch you will not be able to drain, just dropping the trans pan. SOme fords do have a drain plug on the torque converter itself where you can drain that also
Question Answered: WHA ITS CODE B 2290
October 08, 2009, 06:29 PM
The air bag light is illuminated. Self-test of the Restraint Control. Have the RCM programmed for proper function in the vehicle. This needs to be done through a Ford scan tool or approved pass-through device. Potential Causes: Restraint Control Module (RCM) Module (RCM) resulted in code B2477
Question Answered: Replacement of Lower Ball Joints
October 08, 2009, 06:25 PM
the ball joint on your windstar is actually a lower control arm ,, they are not seperatable ,, you need to replace the lower control arm as a unit
Question Answered: steering wheel shakes
October 08, 2009, 06:19 PM
Hello ,, it sounds like the tires are out of balance , or you may have a bent rim.. Any repair shop should be able to balance your tires and tel you if you have a bent rim when they balance them
Question Answered: Losing Acceleration After driving on the freeway
October 07, 2009, 08:56 PM
sounds like you have a fuel pump starting to go bad, to really know you will have to hok up a fuel pressure gauge and drive the car until the problem happens and read fuel pressure at that time , depending on the engine you have .. 4 cyl shoould have about13 psi ,, 6 cyl. you should have 38 - 40 psi
Question Answered: Fuel pump and fuel filter
October 07, 2009, 08:33 PM
Hello , if your car is stalling at idle and running fine other than at idle chances are that the fuel delivery system is fine. If your car has over 50,000 miles , I would suggest cleaning out the throttle body. disconnect the air intake hose that comes from the air cleaner to the engine, open up the throttle plate . and take a tooth brush with some intake cleaner on it, you can get the cleaner at the parts tore , and scrubb aall the carbon off around the throttle plate.. you may also have an issue with the idle air control motor , however that would more than likely cause the check engine light to come on.. also check for any vacumn leaks ... also check the air intake tube that runs to the throttle body for any cracks or rips , because the mass air flow sensor may be reading false air ..
Question Answered: What needs to be done? Check Engine light comes on.
October 07, 2009, 08:05 PM
hello ,, there is no codes for valve cover gasket. If the light wasnt on when you took it there , then they may have left something unplugged or loose. I would take it back and have them fix it .. If you can tell me what code is stored in the computer , i can probably help you more
Question Answered: Check Engine Light On
October 07, 2009, 08:00 PM
Yes any lexus dealer would be able to fix your problem , however it might be quite costly. If you are getting a code p2195 , yes that does mean the oxygen sensor for bank 1 is reading lean .. That does not mean that the sensor itself is bad . You may have a vacumn leak somewhere causing false air entering the engine. also a dirty mass air flow sensor will create the same results.
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