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Hi there have got a Focus Mk1 thats lost power, My friend has looked over it for split pipes etc with no joy! He has plugged it in to his diagnostic machine and its come up with this lot!!! P0235 turbo boost sensor A circuit P0149 fuel timing error P1669 injection pump control module monitoring P1563 injection pump control module requesting engine stop P1664 injection pump control module P1608 PCM internal fault P1246 generator load input circuit fault Anybody got and thoughts or ways to go? Cheers! Simon. Posted Via The Free TalkFord.com App Sent from my GT-I9505 using Ford OC mobile app
Hello there, Can someone help me please? I've bought a early 2001 Mk1 1.8 TDDI estate this week and need some advise on the battery light that comes on! I took it on a run of 50 miles last night and when I put the battery / charging circiut under load the battery light came on and we lost a bit of power! (Wipers, Heater, Radio plus heated front & rear screens all on). The battery looks good with a green dot in the sight glass!! When I got home I put a DVM on the battery and with the engine off and it was showing 12.5V. With the engine running it was charging and showing 13.5-14.5Volts and with it laoded as above it dropped down to 11.5Volts (this was at idle) I will do the same again with the engine ticking over at 1500RPM in the morning and repost! In the mean time does anyone have any thoughts if they thing it could be the altenator, battery or anything else causing the battery light to come on!? If I need an altenator can any one give me the part number / type i need please? As I said its a early 2001 1.8 TDDI Ghia Estate. Any info or advise would be great please, Thankyou very much in advance!! Simon.