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Get a quote and book an appointment online or speak to a service advisor at 1-800-701-6230. I was able to use an open end 7/8" wrench to remove and replace it. Compare with manufacturers values. If the problem switches over to the other bank then it would almost have to be the sensor.

Good tip. I wonder if the code reader would really point me in that direction? __________________ Rob, disabled VET USAF. If you need to replace more then some of the 'couplers' you likely should just get the entire new assembly. Most manufactures have chosen to utilize what are called manufacturer specific codes.

They're pretty reasonable. __________________ 08-24-2013, 08:33 PM #13 2011 Kona Blue Registered Member Join Date: Nov 2011 Region: Maryland Posts: 7,529 View My Pictures Quote: Originally Posted I would have a certified mechanic scan your vehicle's computer for codes to diagnose your Check Engine Light. Thanks Please enable JavaScript to view the AutoCodes.com Powered by Disqus. I need help figuring out what has caused the problem.

Gallery Members Upgrade Membership Tools Advanced Search Tire Rim Calculator VIN Decoder Calendar Who's Online Marketplace Vendor Directory Become Vendor Member Marketplace Vendor Marketplace Site Store New Posts How-Tos Register Log They appear to be original 12-18-2013, 11:09 AM #5 Gator941 Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2013 Posts: 981 Thanks: 9 Thanked 44 Times in 40 Posts Well Codes setting are 2195 & 2197, checked fuel pressure it was low-ish 24 psi. Some are related to intake manifold, some are to the vacuum line system, most the one connected to the PCV Valve.

The code would again set and the mechanic would then need to tap into the wires of the O2 sensor to take direct readings with a multimeter. My car is running better than ever now that I am using the Bosch 15755 upstream bank 2 sensor 1 position. If one wasn't working it might explain a lean condition on only one side. Ignore the bad one and set both banks to the same as the good one.

Shut off after rev Project Pony 2.0 build thread clutch issue?????? My factory 02 sensor just went bad around 24,000 plus miles. On some vehicles, such as Toyotas, this is actually referring to A/F sensors, Air/Fuel ratio sensors. For my vehicle a 2004 Ford Expedition it seems to be this part number (PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK FOR YOUR SPECIFIC VEHICLE!!)2L3Z-6C324-AA - CONNECTOR Ford Expedition Vacuum Line Fix - Wrap UpI

If there aren’t any obvious signs of a vacuum leak and the O2 sensor responds to the introduction of propane, there is most likely a vacuum leak from a more conspicuous You may need to look at the code P0122 since it pertains to the throttle position sensor and this can affect all the drive symptoms you are having. Great Lakes Location:Wisconsin My Fusion:2010 Current Vehicle:2010 Fusion Sport FWD Social Group: Posted 03 August 2013 - 11:26 AM P0059 - HO2S Heater Resistance (Bank 2, Sensor 1) P2197 - O2 I guess it's possible there's an intake manifold leak near the back. __________________ 2004 F-150 Lariat SCAB 5.4 3V * Rancho quickLIFT Loaded Struts * True Dual Exhaust * X-Pipe *

Because of the bbk headers and x pipe I already knew this factory 02 sensor would not be covered under a warranty item because of the modification. Dyno pull is confusing me... Pearl. What made you smile today...?

Changed fuel pump & filter this brought the PSI up in the range of 34-49 psi. I checked with Napa and auto zone which were way higher. The car runs perfectly fine still though. Reading a bit, there are many things that could cause this fault besides a bad sensor.

Sure it could very well be an anomaly, and it more than likely is. Also, if so, wht is the Ford Motorcraft part number for the replacements? For now just the one hose was cracked. I poked around under the hood and listened and looked for anything that would explain a bad vacuum leak on only the driver's side.

No leaks? Click here to register now Guest Message by DevFuse The new Ford Fusion Sport Forum is here. The check engine (MIL) light has stayed off for several days. I would unhook the battery, clean the TB (using TB cleaner, no carb cleaner) and MAF sensor (again specific cleaner) then do a throttle body relearn and see where you are

For this reason, O2 sensors in position one are one of the primary sensors used to calculate air fuel mixture. After connecting a scanner to retrieve this code, the mechanic should look at scan data for clues as to what is creating the O2 sensor readings. Great Lakes Location:Chicago, IL My Fusion:Decline Current Vehicle:2010 Ford Fusion Sport Social Group: Posted 03 August 2013 - 11:57 AM Appreciate the reply. I redid the wiring splice using a blue female to female crimp.

It's help on the opposite side by a couple of snaps that pop off with a pull up once the bolts are removed. Again INSPECT the entire set of lines, some of them are hard to see but you can feel them with your finger to see if they are cracked or melted. That's exactly what I thought, but I can't find a leak anywhere. Best of all it's totally free!

I thought I might have to drop the front drive shaft to do it, but I finally managed to disconnect it. Part # is DY-1064. I don't know what would make it go bad, but it may not be a bad idea to run a scan for latent codes that do no trigger the CEL, and But couldn't something else have made the sensor go bad in the first place?

Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. Glad to hear. I also got extra fancy and hooked up the battery powered thermal printer to dump the codes.The symptoms were the car was running oddly rough at idle, and it started to Fortunately, this is a rare occurrence but it can happen.

Edited by FusionDiffusion, 16 August 2013 - 02:36 PM. What repairs can fix the P2197 code?