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hopeisimportant

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About hopeisimportant

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    Newbie

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  • First Name
    Bruce

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  • Ford Model
    Ka
  • Ford Year
    2004
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Aberdeenshire
  1. The engine warning light came on recently and when I read the codes this is what I got. I have done a search and there are similar faults reported but they usually point to a particular injector e.g. P0201. Has anyone had this particular fault before and are there any checks I can do before having to take it to a garage? I have uplugged and cleaned the electrical connectors on each of the injectors but this hasn't helped. Coincidentally, the first time I read the fault codes I had a P0030 which seems to relate to the lambda. I cleared this code to see if it came back. It didn't but was replaced by the above. Are these related? Thanks
  2. Newbie - Hello All

    Hi, I have recently bought a 2004 Ka as a second car. I hope to do basic maintenance myself so you may find me asking for help now and again!
  3. Welcome to the Ford forums hopeisimportant :)