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  1. Strange EGR Problems

    Hello, I have a 2011 mk2.5 Ford Focus TDCi 70k mi. I am having problems with the car entering Limp mode as soon as i do 10-15 minutes of motorway driving. Restarting the car instantly gets the car out of Limp mode, but the problem will reappear soon after. I diagnosed using my ELM327 and I've got 2 errors: P0490 Exhaust Gas Recirculation Control Circuit HighP042F Exhaust Gas Recirculation Control Stuck Closed I took my car to the Ford service and they changed the EGR Valve 2 times in order to exclude a bad new EGR valve, but unfortunately the problem is still there. After that, they changed the EGR plug hoping that will solve it, but nothing changed. They did an ECU software update and still nothing. I am uploading a printscreen with Forscan monitoring when the car is in Limp mode and the EGR is stuck closed regardless of the enginge RPM. Notice the LL_EGRTV variable is showing "Not Learnt". That makes me think my car is having trouble learning the new EGR valve parameters. I have to mention I had a minor crash in my front left wheel 4 months ago and considering the ECU is just near it, maybe that is the cause. Did anyone encountered a similar problem? Any idea on how I can solve this? Thank you.
  2. D123 and D041

    I've recently had similar problems that a few people here have had, but the responses suggest various issues. DTC codes D123 and D041 (suggesting no speed measurement from the sensor) and an intermittent fault whereby there is a resistive load on the engine and the odometer dial ceases to work. It seems like an electrical resistive load (partial short circuit) because the audio volume also drops. Then my fuel pump fuse went and I was stranded. Towed to garage, they replaced the fuse, leads and distributor and it was fine for a while, but the codes were still there. A few weeks later the fault appeared again. So I replaced the speed sensor today but the codes were still there. Went out for a long drive with no sign of the intermittent fault. Parked, then set off and the fuel pump fuse blew again. I replaced the fuse, got home and noticed dtc: none. Are these issues related? How can I test my new speed sensor? How can I test the fuel pump?
  3. Hi there I have purchased a ford mondeo from 2008, Drives really well but having some minor problems with it, Maybe something you could help. 1 - Cigarette lighter sockets don't work, i have checked the fuses but it looks brand new and its not dirty or blown, 2 - reveres lights don't switch on, checked light bulbs and they are ok, even put new one in and still no joy 3 - during the test ( press ok buttton , then turn inition key etc.) i have discovered 3 dtc codes which my obd2 scanner didn't pick up : - dtc f00616 - dtc c41568 - dtc c41668 The car starts and drives, has plenty of power but i am worried about these codes. I am fairly new motorist and keen DIY'er so don't mind to attempt to fix problems my self if safe to do so.
  4. Engine malfunction message

    Hi everyone, Was looking for some help with an issue ive been having with my 2008 focus 1.6 tdci, this morning i had went to go fill up with fuel and as soon as i did i started the engine and got a "engine malfunction" message on the trip computer bit of the dashboard. I double checked and i definitely put the correct fuel in. I moved my car to the main car park and started looking round. Under the bonnet all seemed to be looking and soudning fine and all fluids were how they should be. I tried self diagnostic using the test menu and there were no codes found. At this point i rang my breakdown company cause i wasnt sure if driving was okay or not and he came and had a look and he removed my direct line drive plus box to plug in his diagnsotic machine and when he did so the error didnt come up. So i took it for a test run without the OBD black box and it was fine... I rang my insurance to claim that the device may be causing issues with my vehicle so they acceptet it to be unplugged for a while. Two hours later after about driving 4 miles and leaving the car for some time i came back to it and the warning came on again. This warning shows no lights on dashboard and no error codes on the ecu but every time i start the engine i now get a audible warning and a message on the trip computer with a warning triangle and engine malfunction written underneath. I called my breakdown again and they came out and had another look and the guy just said that everything seems to be fine and to take it to ford which i was hoping i wouldnt have to do. I saw online that it could be the dpf as my car is on 60k but i do a lot of motorway mileage and i drove 160 miles on the motorway home with clear traffic the whole way and had a little while with higher revs than normal too but the error is still coming up. Anyone have any ideas what this could be? All help greatly appreciated, thanks
  5. Hi, Recently my MK1 Focus' speedo has started to die and return to life during a drive, I did post before about this but the entire dash used to die (fixed with WD40 2 years ago - good as new since). All other dials etc work, it's just the speedo going in and out. I've just drove home in test mode and the digital speedo dies when the needle does. I've read this helps confirm it's a VVS issue. The two DTC codes I have are 123 and 041. Finally, the ABS light sometimes comes on (if the needle doesn't return after a few minutes and the milage lines out ---- ---). Does this all look like a VVS as cluster works? Thanks!
  6. Hi everyone, Does anyone know what part is this "Normal/Performance Switch" which is registering DTC P0790 that basically tells "Normal/Performance Switch Circuit Malfunction"? Thanks!
  7. Hi all, I did a quick search and couldn't find any threads that have much info on this. Basically, just bought the car. Been camping and most mornings I'd start the car and the Rev counter would fall back to 0 and stay there for 10-40 minutes, even though car ran fine and drove around etc. Engine management light would be on and logged an E196 code (which makes sense). After a while the rev counter would start working but the EML would stay on, eventualy turning off later in the day, after a few restarts. As I say, car runs without issue otherwise. My main questions: - Does this sound like a dirty / damp / faulty sensor? - Which sensor handles the RPM data? - Where abouts is it located? (Idea is to remove and clean it up) - How much does this sensor roughly cost to replace? Many thanks in advance! :D
  8. Forscan Dtc Codes

    Hi All, I have used FORscan for the first time today and have read my DTC Codes of which I am getting the following: Module: PDM - Passengers Door Control Unit & Module: DFDM - Driver Door Control Unit DTC - B2089 This is coming up as - "Puddle / Approach Lamp Fault" however both approach lights and indicators lights are fully working, they do have LED's in them could this be the issue? Module: GEM - Generic Electronic Module DTC - U2030 This is for - "Rain Sensor Communication Fault", we have noticed that occasionally the sensor does not pick up the rain and by turning off the engine and back on again it sort of resets itself....could this be an indication that the sensor is on it's way out? Module: PCM - Powertrain Control Module DTC - U0140 This is listed as "Lost Communication With Body Control Module" not too sure whether to be concerned with this or not. I have cleared all the codes and re-read them and the only ones to come back is B2089. Never really looked at DTC's before so not sure if for these it is more info than anything else. Thanks - Jason
  9. CODE MEANING ACTION 1 - 8 Cylinder No (as code) low power Cylinder balance test 9 Pass Cylinder balance test 10 Cylinder No. 1 low Cylinder balance test 11 Cylinder No. 2 low Cylinder balance test 12 Cylinder No. 3 low Cylinder balance test 12 Cylinder No. 4 low Cylinder balance test 111 All systems OK 112 Low voltage air change temperature sensor (ACT) Normal operating temp not reached 113 High voltage air change temperature sensor (ACT) Normal operating temp not reached 114 Out of range voltage air change temperature sensor (ACT) Normal operating temp not reached 116 Out of range Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) Normal operating temp not reached 117 Low voltage Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) Normal operating temp not reached 118 High voltage Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) Normal operating temp not reached 121 Outside range throttle position sensor (TPS) 122 Low voltage throttle position sensor (TPS) 123 High voltage throttle position sensor (TPS) 124 Above spec throttle position sensor (TPS) 125 Below spec throttle position sensor (TPS) 126 MAP voltage above spec 128 MAP sensor/vacuum hose fault 129 MAF sensor, no MAF change during throttle depression Repeat self test proceedure 136 Lambda sensor (left) mixture lean 137 Lambda sensor (left) mixture rich 139 Lambda sensor (left) 144 Lambda sensor (right) 157 Low voltage mass air flow sensor (MAF) 158 HIGH voltage mass air flow sensor (MAF) 159 Outside range mass air flow sensor (MAF) 167 Throttle position sensor (TPS). No change during throttle depression Repeat self test procedure 171 Lambda sensor (right) 172 Lambda sensor (right) too lean 173 Lambda sensor (right) too rich 174 Lambda sensor (right) slow response 175 Lambda sensor (left) 176 Lambda sensor (left) too lean 177 Lambda sensor (left) too rich 178 Lambda sensor (left) slow response 179 Fuel system lean, part throttle 181 Fuel system rich, part throttle 182 Idle mixture too lean Idle speed control vale (ISC) 183 Idle mixture too rich Idle speed control vale (ISC) 184 Above spec manifold air flow sensor 185 Below spec manifold air flow sensor 186 Too long injection time pulse width 187 Too short injection time pulse width 188 Lambda sensor on left, mixture too lean (part throttle) 189 Lambda sensor on left, mixture too rich (part throttle) 191 Idle mixture too lean, left hand Lambda sensor Check EGR valve, check ISC valve 192 Idle mixture too rich, lright hand Lambda sensor Check EGR valve, check ISC valve 193 Flexible fuel sensor circuit 194 Lambda sensor 195 Lambda sensor 211 PIP signal 212 Tach, circuit, SPOUT grounded. SPOUT circuit, open circuit 213 Tach, circuit, SPOUT grounded. SPOUT circuit, open circuit 214 CID circuit failure 215 #1 Coil 216 #2 Coil 217 #3 Coil 218 Tachometer circuit 219 Spark timing default to 10 deg rectify SPOUT circuit 220 Tachometer circuit 221 Spark timing error 225 Knock sensor 226 EEC IV/EDIS module pulse 227 Engine speed/crankshaft position sensor (CPS) 228 EDIS module/ignition coil winding 1 229 EDIS module/ignition coil winding 2 231 EDIS module/ignition coil winding 3 232 Primary circuit of ignition coil (IGC) 233 EDIS module 234 Ignition Coil (IGC) 235 Ignition Coil (IGC) 236 Ignition Coil (IGC) 237 Ignition Coil (IGC) 238 EDIS module/ignition coil 239 PIP signal present when cranking 241 EEC IV/EDIS module, incorrect self test data Repeat self test procedure 243 Coil failure 244 Cylinder identification fault when power balance requested 311- 316 Pulse air/thermactar air system faulty 326 Electronic pressure transducer (EPT)/differential pressure feedback exhaust (DPFE) sensor 327 Electronic pressure transducer (EPT)/differential pressure feedback exhaust (DPFE) sensor/electronic vacuum regulator (EVR) 328 Electronic vacuum regulator (EVR) 332 EGR valve not opening 334 Electronic vacuum regulator 335 Electronic pressure transducer (EPT)/differential pressure feedback exhaust (DPFE) sensor 336 Exhaust pressure too high 337 Electronic pressure transducer (EPT)/differential pressure feedback exhaust (DPFE) sensor/electronic vacuum regulator (EVR) 338 Cooling System 339 Cooling System 341 Octane adjust (service multiplug) grounded Disconnect for self test, reconnect after http://repair-manuals-download.jimdo.com/ford-fault-codes/ 411 Engine speed during self test too low Cure induction leaks, repeat test 412 Engine speed during self test too low Cure induction leaks, repeat test 413 - 416 ISC valve Cure induction leaks, repeat test 452 Vehicle speed sensor 453 Servo leaking down 454 Servo leaking up 455 Insufficient RPM increase 456 Insufficient RPM decrease 457 - 458 Speed control fault 511 ROM fault Battery disconnected, check KAM fuse. if OK module faulty 512 Keep alive memory (KAM) fault Battery disconnected, check KAM fuse. if OK module faulty 513 EEC IV module reference voltage V 519 Power steering pressure switch (PSPS) not activated during self test Repeat test 521 Power steering pressure switch (PSPS) not activated during self test Repeat test 522 Neutral/drive switch (NDS) 525 Vehicle in gear or air conditioning on 528 Clutch switch error 536 Brake on/off (BOO) switch not activated during self test Repeat test 538 Operating error during self test. Air Conditioning switched on Repeat test 539 Operating error during self test. Air Conditioning switched on Repeat test 542 Fuel pump (FP) circuit failure 543 Fuel pump (FP) circuit failure 551 Idle speed control (ISC) circuit failure 552 Pulse air circuit failure 554 Fuel pressure regulator control circuit failure 556 Electrical circuit of fuel pump 557 Low speed fuel pump circuit 558 Electrical circuit of (EVR) electronic vacuum regulator 563 High speed electric drive fan relay/circuit (HEDF) failure 564 Electronic drive fan relay/circuit (EDF) failure 565 Canister purge solenoid (CANP) 566 3rd/4th gear solenoid (ATA) 573 Electronic drive fan relay/circuit (EDF) failure 574 High speed electronic drive fan relay/circuit (HEDF) failure 575 Fuel pump circuit and/or inertia switch circuit 576 Kick down switch (KDS) Repeat test 577 Kick down switch (KDS) not activated during self test Repeat test 583 Power to fuel pump fault 612 4/3 switch failed open circuit 613 4/3 switch failed open circuit 614 3/2 switch short circuit 615 3/2 switch failed short circuit 621 Shift solenoid 1 circuit failed 622 Shift solenoid 2 circuit failed 624 EPC solenoid failure 625 EPC solenoid circuit failure 628 MLUS Failure 629 Torque converter lock up clutch solenoid (LUS) 634 Neutral drive switch (NDS) circuit failure 635 Transmission temperature switch failure 637 Transmission temperature switch failure 639 TSS failure 645 1st gear failure 646 2nd gear failure 647 3rd gear failure 648 4th gear failure 649 ETV failure 651 ETV intermittent failure 652 MLUS circuit failure 653 Transmission control switch not activated during self test Repeat test 998 Fault in ECT/ACT/MAF/TPR circuit http://repair-manuals-download.jimdo.com/ford-fault-codes/ R) = Engine Running test (M) = Memory code (O)=Key On Engine Off test 11 System OK 12 Idle Speed Control motor or Air Bypass not controlling idle properly (generally idle too low) - ISC 13 (O) ISC did not respond properly (extends to touch throttle then retracts for KOEO) - ISC ® Idle Speed Control motor or Air Bypass not controlling idle properly (generally idle too high) (M) ISC sticking, open ITS circuit or TP sticking 14 Ignition pickup (PIP) was erratic - Ignition Systems E4OD Transmission diesel RPM sensor - Diesel RPM sensor 15 (O) No Keep Alive Memory power to PCM pin 1 or bad PCM (Memory Test Failure) (M) KAM (pin 1) was interrupted (was battery disconnected ?) 16 1 9L & 2 5L - Throttle stop set too high - IDLE or Idle Set Procedures 2 3L - RPM's too low - IDLE (O) Electronic ignition - IDM circuit fault - Ignition Systems 17 1 9L & 2 5L - Throttle stop set too low - IDLE 18 ® Check base timing & advance function - Timing Tests (M) Ignition TACH signal erratic - Ignition Systems Spark Angle Word (SAW) circuit failure (1 9L SFI) 19 (O) No Vehicle Power (pins 37 + 57) or bad PCM VPWR Diagnosis ® Erratic idle during test (reset throttle & retest) - Idle Set Procedures Electronic ignition Cylinder ID sensor/circuit problem - Ignition Systems 21 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor out of range - ECT 22 MAP (vacuum) or BARO signal out of range - MAP 23 Throttle sensor out of range or throttle set too high - TPS 24 Intake Air Temperature (IAT) or Vane Air Temperature (VAT) sensor out of range - IAT VAT 25 Knock sensor not tested (ignore if not pinging) - KS 26 Mass Air Flow (MAF) or Vane Air Flow (VAF) out of range - MAF VAF Transmission Oil Temperature (TOT) sensor out of range, Transmissions 27 Vehicle Speed Sensor problem - VSS 28 Vane Air Temperature (VAT) sensor out of range - VAT 2 3L w/Electronic Ignition - Cyl ID, IDM low or right coil pack failure - Ignition Systems 29 Vehicle Speed Sensor problem - VSS 31 (O,R,M) EVP - EVP signal is/was out of range - EVP (O,R,M) EVR - EVP signal is/was low - EVR (O,R,M) PFE - PFE signal is/was low - PFE 32 ® EVP - EGR not responding properly during test - EVP (O,R,M) EVR - EVP signal is/was low - EVR (R,M) PFE - PFE shows low pressure, EGR not seating or memory, not seating intermittently - PFE 33 (O,M) ALL - EGR did not open/ respond during test or if memory code, did not open intermittently - EVP EVR PFE 34 ® EVP - EGR did not respond properly during test - EVP (O,R,M) EVR - EVP sensor is/was high - EVR (O,R,M) PFE - PFE sensor is/was out of range - PFE 35 ® EVP - Engine RPM's too low to test EGR system - EVP (O,R,M) EVR - EVP sensor signal is/was high - EVR (O,R,M) PFE - PFE sensor signal is/was high - PFE 38 Idle Tracking Switch signal was intermittent - ISC 39 Transmission Torque Converter clutch not engaging - Transmissions 41 ® System lean - Fuel control (M) System was lean for 15 seconds or more (no HO2S switching) - Fuel control 42 ® System rich - Fuel control (M) System was rich for 15 seconds or more (no HO2S switching) - Fuel control 43 ® HO2S sensor not reading (run at 2000 rpm's for 2 minutes and retest - check for HO2S switching) (M) Was lean at WOT for 3 seconds or more - Fuel control 44 AIR system inoperative - Air Injection 45 AIR not Diverting (AIRD) - Air Injection Electronic Ignition - coil primary circuit failure - Ignition Systems 46 AIR Bypass (AIRB) not working - Air Injection Electronic Ignition - primary circuit failure coil 2 - Ignition Systems 47 Low flow unmetered air (check for small vacuum leaks, injector o'rings, gaskets etc ) E4OD transmission 4x4 switch/circuit problem - Transmissions 48 High flow unmetered air (check for large vacuum leak, inlet hoses etc ) Electronic Ignition - coil primary circuit failure - Ignition Systems 49 Electronic Ignition - spout signal circuit problem - Ignition Systems Transmission 1/2 shift problem - Transmissions 51 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor signal is/was too high - ECT 52 Power Steering Pressure Switch/circuit open - PSP ® Did you turn wheel during test ? 53 Throttle Position sensor too high - TPS 54 Intake Air Temperature (IAT) or Vane Air Temperature (VAT) signal high - IAT VAT 55 No or low (under 7 5 V) Key Power to PCM pin 5 56 Vane Air Flow (VAF) or Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor high - VAF MAF Transmission Oil Temperature sensor too high - Transmissions 57 Intermittent in Park/Neutral/ Switch or Neutral Pressure switch circuit - PNP or Transmissions 58 Idle Tracking Switch (ITS) signal problem ISC Vane Air Temperature (VAT) sensor out of range or open - VAT 59 AXOD 4/3 circuit fault - Transmissions 3 0L SHO - Low speed fuel pump circuit problem - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits Transmission 2/3 shift problem - Transmissions 61 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor is or was too low - ECT 62 AXOD (KOEO only) 3/2 circuit short to ground - Transmissions AXOD (KOEO AND KOER) 4/3 circuit failure - Transmissions E4OD excessive converter clutch slippage - Transmissions 63 Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) signal too low TPS 64 Intake Air Temperature (IAT) or Vane Air Temperature (VAT) signal low or grounded - IAT VAT 65 Check intermittent HO2S (signal or ground) - Fuel Control ® E4OD truck - cycle OD cancel switch after engine ID is received - Transmissions 1984 3 8L ONLY - O, M Battery voltage high (check for electrical system overcharging) 66 Vane Air Flow (VAF) or Mass Air Flow (MAF) signal low - VAF MAF Transmission Oil Temperature (TOT) signal low (possibly grounded) - Transmissions 67 Park/Neutral circuit fault - PNP Transmission Manual Lever Position (MLP) sensor circuit - Transmissions (M) Intermittent Park Neutral Position (PNP) sensor fault - PNP 68 Idle Tracking Switch (ITS) circuit (possibly grounded) - ISC Vane Air Temperature (VAT) sensor out of range or grounded - VAT 3 8L AXOD -Transmission Temperature Switch (TTS) open - Transmissions Electronic Transmission - Transmission Oil Temperature (TOT) sensor was overheated -Transmissions 69 AXOD transmission (O) 3/2 switch closed (possible short circuit) - Transmissions AXOD (M) 3/2 switch open (poss short to power) - Transmissions E4OD 3/4 shift problem - Transmissions 70 (M) 3 8L AXOD - Data link to instrument cluster fault Service any other EEC codes, erase memory and retest If code is still present refer to instrument cluster diagnosis manual 71 (M) 1 9L TBI, 2 3L TBI, 2 5L TBI - ITS signal was grounded when throttle should have been opening ITS-ISC ISC motor problem or Idle Tracking Switch (ITS) signal wire shorted to ground - ISC (M) 1 9L MFI - PCM re-initialized Possible electrical noise, case ground or intermittent VPWR problem - VPWR Diagnosis (M) 3 8L AXOD - Data link to instrument cluster fault - See code 70 72 ® No MAP or MAF change in "goose" test - retest, check for frequency or voltage change - MAP MAF (M) 1 9L MFI - VPWR circuit to PCM was intermittent - VPWR Diagnosis (M) 2 3L T/C - PCM re-initialized Possible electrical noise, case ground or intermittent VPWR problem - VPWR Diagnosis (M) 3 8L AXOD - Message center data link circuit fault - See code 70 73 (O) Rerun test, if 73 is still output replace TPS ® No Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) change in "goose" test Must get at least 25% throttle rotation - TPS 74 Was brake depressed after engine ID was received ? Brake On Off (BOO) signal open or short to ground - BOO 75 Brake On Off (BOO) signal shorted to power - BOO 76 Vane Air Flow (VAF) did not respond to "goose" test - VAF 77 System did not receive "goose" test - see TESTS 78 (M) VPWR circuit to PCM was intermittent or the PCM is bad VPWR Diagnosis 79 A/C is on or pin 10 is shorted to power 81 Boost control solenoid - Solenoids AIRD solenoid - Solenoids and Air Injection 3 0L SHO - Inlet Air Solenoid - Solenoids 82 2 3L TC - Fan Control wire shorted to ground - A/C and Fan Circuits AIRB solenoid - Solenoids and Air Injection 3 8L SC - Super Charger Bypass Solenoid - Solenoids 83 High Electro Drive Fan circuit fault - A/C and Fan Circuits EGR Control solenoid - Solenoids 3 0L SHO - Low Speed Fuel Pump Relay circuit - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits 84 EGR Vacuum Regulator - Solenoids EGR cutoff solenoid - Solenoids EGR Vent solenoid - Solenoids 85 2 3L T/C Automatic - 3/4-4/3 Shift solenoid - Transmissions CANP solenoid (ALL 1989) - Solenoids (M) 1 9L MFI - System has corrected rich condition - Fuel control 86 2 3L or 2 9L Truck - A4LD 3/4 shift solenoid - Transmissions (M) 1 9L MFI - System has corrected lean condition - Fuel control 87 (O) Fuel pump circuit fault (check inertia switch) - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits Vehicles with 2BBL carb - Temperature Compensated Accelerator Pump Solenoid - Solenoids (M) intermittent in fuel pump primary circuit - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits NOTE: On some Escorts with automatic seat belts this code is normal IN MEMORY due to the wiring 88 Throttle Kicker Solenoid - Solenoids Variable Voltage Choke relay circuit fault - VVC Fan Control circuit fault - A/C and Fan Circuits A4LD - Converter Clutch Override solenoid - Transmissions Electronic Ignition - IDM, DPI or spout circuit fault - Ignition Systems 89 A4LD - Converter Clutch Override solenoid - Transmissions AXOD Torque Converter Control solenoid circuit - Transmissions Exhaust Heat Control (heat riser) solenoid circuit - Solenoids 91 (R, M) System running lean - Fuel control Transmission SS 1 circuit/solenoid problem - Transmissions 92 ® System running rich - Fuel control Transmission SS 2 circuit/solenoid problem - Transmissions 93 (O,R) Throttle linkage binding or bad ISC motor ISC HO2S not reading Fuel control Transmission TCC circuit/solenoid problem - Transmissions 94 AIR system inoperative - Air Injection Transmission TCC circuit/solenoid problem - Transmissions 95 (O) Fuel pump: open, bad ground or always on - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits ® AIR not Diverting (AIRD) - Air Injection (M) Possible bad fuel pump ground or open between fuel pump and pin 8 at PCM (Fuel Pump Monitor signal) - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits 96 (O) Fuel pump monitor circuit shows no power - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits ® AIR Bypass (AIRB) not working - Air Injection (M) (Service 87 code first if present) Fuel pump relay or battery power feed was open - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits 97 E4OD OD cancel light circuit failure - Transmissions 98 ® Did not pass KOEO yet (Get 11 in KOEO first) Transmission EPC circuit/solenoid failure - Transmissions 99 ® ISC needs to learn (Let idle for 2 minutes, Erase memory and retest)
  10. CODE MEANING ACTION 1 - 8 Cylinder No (as code) low power Cylinder balance test 9 Pass Cylinder balance test 10 Cylinder No. 1 low Cylinder balance test 11 Cylinder No. 2 low Cylinder balance test 12 Cylinder No. 3 low Cylinder balance test 12 Cylinder No. 4 low Cylinder balance test 111 All systems OK 112 Low voltage air change temperature sensor (ACT) Normal operating temp not reached 113 High voltage air change temperature sensor (ACT) Normal operating temp not reached 114 Out of range voltage air change temperature sensor (ACT) Normal operating temp not reached 116 Out of range Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) Normal operating temp not reached 117 Low voltage Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) Normal operating temp not reached 118 High voltage Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) Normal operating temp not reached 121 Outside range throttle position sensor (TPS) 122 Low voltage throttle position sensor (TPS) 123 High voltage throttle position sensor (TPS) 124 Above spec throttle position sensor (TPS) 125 Below spec throttle position sensor (TPS) 126 MAP voltage above spec 128 MAP sensor/vacuum hose fault 129 MAF sensor, no MAF change during throttle depression Repeat self test proceedure 136 Lambda sensor (left) mixture lean 137 Lambda sensor (left) mixture rich 139 Lambda sensor (left) 144 Lambda sensor (right) 157 Low voltage mass air flow sensor (MAF) 158 HIGH voltage mass air flow sensor (MAF) 159 Outside range mass air flow sensor (MAF) 167 Throttle position sensor (TPS). No change during throttle depression Repeat self test procedure 171 Lambda sensor (right) 172 Lambda sensor (right) too lean 173 Lambda sensor (right) too rich 174 Lambda sensor (right) slow response 175 Lambda sensor (left) 176 Lambda sensor (left) too lean 177 Lambda sensor (left) too rich 178 Lambda sensor (left) slow response 179 Fuel system lean, part throttle 181 Fuel system rich, part throttle 182 Idle mixture too lean Idle speed control vale (ISC) 183 Idle mixture too rich Idle speed control vale (ISC) 184 Above spec manifold air flow sensor 185 Below spec manifold air flow sensor 186 Too long injection time pulse width 187 Too short injection time pulse width 188 Lambda sensor on left, mixture too lean (part throttle) 189 Lambda sensor on left, mixture too rich (part throttle) 191 Idle mixture too lean, left hand Lambda sensor Check EGR valve, check ISC valve 192 Idle mixture too rich, lright hand Lambda sensor Check EGR valve, check ISC valve 193 Flexible fuel sensor circuit 194 Lambda sensor 195 Lambda sensor 211 PIP signal 212 Tach, circuit, SPOUT grounded. SPOUT circuit, open circuit 213 Tach, circuit, SPOUT grounded. SPOUT circuit, open circuit 214 CID circuit failure 215 #1 Coil 216 #2 Coil 217 #3 Coil 218 Tachometer circuit 219 Spark timing default to 10 deg rectify SPOUT circuit 220 Tachometer circuit 221 Spark timing error 225 Knock sensor 226 EEC IV/EDIS module pulse 227 Engine speed/crankshaft position sensor (CPS) 228 EDIS module/ignition coil winding 1 229 EDIS module/ignition coil winding 2 231 EDIS module/ignition coil winding 3 232 Primary circuit of ignition coil (IGC) 233 EDIS module 234 Ignition Coil (IGC) 235 Ignition Coil (IGC) 236 Ignition Coil (IGC) 237 Ignition Coil (IGC) 238 EDIS module/ignition coil 239 PIP signal present when cranking 241 EEC IV/EDIS module, incorrect self test data Repeat self test procedure 243 Coil failure 244 Cylinder identification fault when power balance requested 311- 316 Pulse air/thermactar air system faulty 326 Electronic pressure transducer (EPT)/differential pressure feedback exhaust (DPFE) sensor 327 Electronic pressure transducer (EPT)/differential pressure feedback exhaust (DPFE) sensor/electronic vacuum regulator (EVR) 328 Electronic vacuum regulator (EVR) 332 EGR valve not opening 334 Electronic vacuum regulator 335 Electronic pressure transducer (EPT)/differential pressure feedback exhaust (DPFE) sensor 336 Exhaust pressure too high 337 Electronic pressure transducer (EPT)/differential pressure feedback exhaust (DPFE) sensor/electronic vacuum regulator (EVR) 338 Cooling System 339 Cooling System 341 Octane adjust (service multiplug) grounded Disconnect for self test, reconnect after http://repair-manuals-download.jimdo.com/ford-fault-codes/ 411 Engine speed during self test too low Cure induction leaks, repeat test 412 Engine speed during self test too low Cure induction leaks, repeat test 413 - 416 ISC valve Cure induction leaks, repeat test 452 Vehicle speed sensor 453 Servo leaking down 454 Servo leaking up 455 Insufficient RPM increase 456 Insufficient RPM decrease 457 - 458 Speed control fault 511 ROM fault Battery disconnected, check KAM fuse. if OK module faulty 512 Keep alive memory (KAM) fault Battery disconnected, check KAM fuse. if OK module faulty 513 EEC IV module reference voltage V 519 Power steering pressure switch (PSPS) not activated during self test Repeat test 521 Power steering pressure switch (PSPS) not activated during self test Repeat test 522 Neutral/drive switch (NDS) 525 Vehicle in gear or air conditioning on 528 Clutch switch error 536 Brake on/off (BOO) switch not activated during self test Repeat test 538 Operating error during self test. Air Conditioning switched on Repeat test 539 Operating error during self test. Air Conditioning switched on Repeat test 542 Fuel pump (FP) circuit failure 543 Fuel pump (FP) circuit failure 551 Idle speed control (ISC) circuit failure 552 Pulse air circuit failure 554 Fuel pressure regulator control circuit failure 556 Electrical circuit of fuel pump 557 Low speed fuel pump circuit 558 Electrical circuit of (EVR) electronic vacuum regulator 563 High speed electric drive fan relay/circuit (HEDF) failure 564 Electronic drive fan relay/circuit (EDF) failure 565 Canister purge solenoid (CANP) 566 3rd/4th gear solenoid (ATA) 573 Electronic drive fan relay/circuit (EDF) failure 574 High speed electronic drive fan relay/circuit (HEDF) failure 575 Fuel pump circuit and/or inertia switch circuit 576 Kick down switch (KDS) Repeat test 577 Kick down switch (KDS) not activated during self test Repeat test 583 Power to fuel pump fault 612 4/3 switch failed open circuit 613 4/3 switch failed open circuit 614 3/2 switch short circuit 615 3/2 switch failed short circuit 621 Shift solenoid 1 circuit failed 622 Shift solenoid 2 circuit failed 624 EPC solenoid failure 625 EPC solenoid circuit failure 628 MLUS Failure 629 Torque converter lock up clutch solenoid (LUS) 634 Neutral drive switch (NDS) circuit failure 635 Transmission temperature switch failure 637 Transmission temperature switch failure 639 TSS failure 645 1st gear failure 646 2nd gear failure 647 3rd gear failure 648 4th gear failure 649 ETV failure 651 ETV intermittent failure 652 MLUS circuit failure 653 Transmission control switch not activated during self test Repeat test 998 Fault in ECT/ACT/MAF/TPR circuit http://repair-manuals-download.jimdo.com/ford-fault-codes/ R) = Engine Running test (M) = Memory code (O)=Key On Engine Off test 11 System OK 12 Idle Speed Control motor or Air Bypass not controlling idle properly (generally idle too low) - ISC 13 (O) ISC did not respond properly (extends to touch throttle then retracts for KOEO) - ISC ® Idle Speed Control motor or Air Bypass not controlling idle properly (generally idle too high) (M) ISC sticking, open ITS circuit or TP sticking 14 Ignition pickup (PIP) was erratic - Ignition Systems E4OD Transmission diesel RPM sensor - Diesel RPM sensor 15 (O) No Keep Alive Memory power to PCM pin 1 or bad PCM (Memory Test Failure) (M) KAM (pin 1) was interrupted (was battery disconnected ?) 16 1 9L & 2 5L - Throttle stop set too high - IDLE or Idle Set Procedures 2 3L - RPM's too low - IDLE (O) Electronic ignition - IDM circuit fault - Ignition Systems 17 1 9L & 2 5L - Throttle stop set too low - IDLE 18 ® Check base timing & advance function - Timing Tests (M) Ignition TACH signal erratic - Ignition Systems Spark Angle Word (SAW) circuit failure (1 9L SFI) 19 (O) No Vehicle Power (pins 37 + 57) or bad PCM VPWR Diagnosis ® Erratic idle during test (reset throttle & retest) - Idle Set Procedures Electronic ignition Cylinder ID sensor/circuit problem - Ignition Systems 21 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor out of range - ECT 22 MAP (vacuum) or BARO signal out of range - MAP 23 Throttle sensor out of range or throttle set too high - TPS 24 Intake Air Temperature (IAT) or Vane Air Temperature (VAT) sensor out of range - IAT VAT 25 Knock sensor not tested (ignore if not pinging) - KS 26 Mass Air Flow (MAF) or Vane Air Flow (VAF) out of range - MAF VAF Transmission Oil Temperature (TOT) sensor out of range, Transmissions 27 Vehicle Speed Sensor problem - VSS 28 Vane Air Temperature (VAT) sensor out of range - VAT 2 3L w/Electronic Ignition - Cyl ID, IDM low or right coil pack failure - Ignition Systems 29 Vehicle Speed Sensor problem - VSS 31 (O,R,M) EVP - EVP signal is/was out of range - EVP (O,R,M) EVR - EVP signal is/was low - EVR (O,R,M) PFE - PFE signal is/was low - PFE 32 ® EVP - EGR not responding properly during test - EVP (O,R,M) EVR - EVP signal is/was low - EVR (R,M) PFE - PFE shows low pressure, EGR not seating or memory, not seating intermittently - PFE 33 (O,M) ALL - EGR did not open/ respond during test or if memory code, did not open intermittently - EVP EVR PFE 34 ® EVP - EGR did not respond properly during test - EVP (O,R,M) EVR - EVP sensor is/was high - EVR (O,R,M) PFE - PFE sensor is/was out of range - PFE 35 ® EVP - Engine RPM's too low to test EGR system - EVP (O,R,M) EVR - EVP sensor signal is/was high - EVR (O,R,M) PFE - PFE sensor signal is/was high - PFE 38 Idle Tracking Switch signal was intermittent - ISC 39 Transmission Torque Converter clutch not engaging - Transmissions 41 ® System lean - Fuel control (M) System was lean for 15 seconds or more (no HO2S switching) - Fuel control 42 ® System rich - Fuel control (M) System was rich for 15 seconds or more (no HO2S switching) - Fuel control 43 ® HO2S sensor not reading (run at 2000 rpm's for 2 minutes and retest - check for HO2S switching) (M) Was lean at WOT for 3 seconds or more - Fuel control 44 AIR system inoperative - Air Injection 45 AIR not Diverting (AIRD) - Air Injection Electronic Ignition - coil primary circuit failure - Ignition Systems 46 AIR Bypass (AIRB) not working - Air Injection Electronic Ignition - primary circuit failure coil 2 - Ignition Systems 47 Low flow unmetered air (check for small vacuum leaks, injector o'rings, gaskets etc ) E4OD transmission 4x4 switch/circuit problem - Transmissions 48 High flow unmetered air (check for large vacuum leak, inlet hoses etc ) Electronic Ignition - coil primary circuit failure - Ignition Systems 49 Electronic Ignition - spout signal circuit problem - Ignition Systems Transmission 1/2 shift problem - Transmissions 51 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor signal is/was too high - ECT 52 Power Steering Pressure Switch/circuit open - PSP ® Did you turn wheel during test ? 53 Throttle Position sensor too high - TPS 54 Intake Air Temperature (IAT) or Vane Air Temperature (VAT) signal high - IAT VAT 55 No or low (under 7 5 V) Key Power to PCM pin 5 56 Vane Air Flow (VAF) or Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor high - VAF MAF Transmission Oil Temperature sensor too high - Transmissions 57 Intermittent in Park/Neutral/ Switch or Neutral Pressure switch circuit - PNP or Transmissions 58 Idle Tracking Switch (ITS) signal problem ISC Vane Air Temperature (VAT) sensor out of range or open - VAT 59 AXOD 4/3 circuit fault - Transmissions 3 0L SHO - Low speed fuel pump circuit problem - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits Transmission 2/3 shift problem - Transmissions 61 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor is or was too low - ECT 62 AXOD (KOEO only) 3/2 circuit short to ground - Transmissions AXOD (KOEO AND KOER) 4/3 circuit failure - Transmissions E4OD excessive converter clutch slippage - Transmissions 63 Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) signal too low TPS 64 Intake Air Temperature (IAT) or Vane Air Temperature (VAT) signal low or grounded - IAT VAT 65 Check intermittent HO2S (signal or ground) - Fuel Control ® E4OD truck - cycle OD cancel switch after engine ID is received - Transmissions 1984 3 8L ONLY - O, M Battery voltage high (check for electrical system overcharging) 66 Vane Air Flow (VAF) or Mass Air Flow (MAF) signal low - VAF MAF Transmission Oil Temperature (TOT) signal low (possibly grounded) - Transmissions 67 Park/Neutral circuit fault - PNP Transmission Manual Lever Position (MLP) sensor circuit - Transmissions (M) Intermittent Park Neutral Position (PNP) sensor fault - PNP 68 Idle Tracking Switch (ITS) circuit (possibly grounded) - ISC Vane Air Temperature (VAT) sensor out of range or grounded - VAT 3 8L AXOD -Transmission Temperature Switch (TTS) open - Transmissions Electronic Transmission - Transmission Oil Temperature (TOT) sensor was overheated -Transmissions 69 AXOD transmission (O) 3/2 switch closed (possible short circuit) - Transmissions AXOD (M) 3/2 switch open (poss short to power) - Transmissions E4OD 3/4 shift problem - Transmissions 70 (M) 3 8L AXOD - Data link to instrument cluster fault Service any other EEC codes, erase memory and retest If code is still present refer to instrument cluster diagnosis manual 71 (M) 1 9L TBI, 2 3L TBI, 2 5L TBI - ITS signal was grounded when throttle should have been opening ITS-ISC ISC motor problem or Idle Tracking Switch (ITS) signal wire shorted to ground - ISC (M) 1 9L MFI - PCM re-initialized Possible electrical noise, case ground or intermittent VPWR problem - VPWR Diagnosis (M) 3 8L AXOD - Data link to instrument cluster fault - See code 70 72 ® No MAP or MAF change in "goose" test - retest, check for frequency or voltage change - MAP MAF (M) 1 9L MFI - VPWR circuit to PCM was intermittent - VPWR Diagnosis (M) 2 3L T/C - PCM re-initialized Possible electrical noise, case ground or intermittent VPWR problem - VPWR Diagnosis (M) 3 8L AXOD - Message center data link circuit fault - See code 70 73 (O) Rerun test, if 73 is still output replace TPS ® No Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) change in "goose" test Must get at least 25% throttle rotation - TPS 74 Was brake depressed after engine ID was received ? Brake On Off (BOO) signal open or short to ground - BOO 75 Brake On Off (BOO) signal shorted to power - BOO 76 Vane Air Flow (VAF) did not respond to "goose" test - VAF 77 System did not receive "goose" test - see TESTS 78 (M) VPWR circuit to PCM was intermittent or the PCM is bad VPWR Diagnosis 79 A/C is on or pin 10 is shorted to power 81 Boost control solenoid - Solenoids AIRD solenoid - Solenoids and Air Injection 3 0L SHO - Inlet Air Solenoid - Solenoids 82 2 3L TC - Fan Control wire shorted to ground - A/C and Fan Circuits AIRB solenoid - Solenoids and Air Injection 3 8L SC - Super Charger Bypass Solenoid - Solenoids 83 High Electro Drive Fan circuit fault - A/C and Fan Circuits EGR Control solenoid - Solenoids 3 0L SHO - Low Speed Fuel Pump Relay circuit - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits 84 EGR Vacuum Regulator - Solenoids EGR cutoff solenoid - Solenoids EGR Vent solenoid - Solenoids 85 2 3L T/C Automatic - 3/4-4/3 Shift solenoid - Transmissions CANP solenoid (ALL 1989) - Solenoids (M) 1 9L MFI - System has corrected rich condition - Fuel control 86 2 3L or 2 9L Truck - A4LD 3/4 shift solenoid - Transmissions (M) 1 9L MFI - System has corrected lean condition - Fuel control 87 (O) Fuel pump circuit fault (check inertia switch) - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits Vehicles with 2BBL carb - Temperature Compensated Accelerator Pump Solenoid - Solenoids (M) intermittent in fuel pump primary circuit - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits NOTE: On some Escorts with automatic seat belts this code is normal IN MEMORY due to the wiring 88 Throttle Kicker Solenoid - Solenoids Variable Voltage Choke relay circuit fault - VVC Fan Control circuit fault - A/C and Fan Circuits A4LD - Converter Clutch Override solenoid - Transmissions Electronic Ignition - IDM, DPI or spout circuit fault - Ignition Systems 89 A4LD - Converter Clutch Override solenoid - Transmissions AXOD Torque Converter Control solenoid circuit - Transmissions Exhaust Heat Control (heat riser) solenoid circuit - Solenoids 91 (R, M) System running lean - Fuel control Transmission SS 1 circuit/solenoid problem - Transmissions 92 ® System running rich - Fuel control Transmission SS 2 circuit/solenoid problem - Transmissions 93 (O,R) Throttle linkage binding or bad ISC motor ISC HO2S not reading Fuel control Transmission TCC circuit/solenoid problem - Transmissions 94 AIR system inoperative - Air Injection Transmission TCC circuit/solenoid problem - Transmissions 95 (O) Fuel pump: open, bad ground or always on - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits ® AIR not Diverting (AIRD) - Air Injection (M) Possible bad fuel pump ground or open between fuel pump and pin 8 at PCM (Fuel Pump Monitor signal) - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits 96 (O) Fuel pump monitor circuit shows no power - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits ® AIR Bypass (AIRB) not working - Air Injection (M) (Service 87 code first if present) Fuel pump relay or battery power feed was open - Power / Fuel Pump Circuits 97 E4OD OD cancel light circuit failure - Transmissions 98 ® Did not pass KOEO yet (Get 11 in KOEO first) Transmission EPC circuit/solenoid failure - Transmissions 99 ® ISC needs to learn (Let idle for 2 minutes, Erase memory and retest)
  11. I have the "Engine malfunction" message displayed on my 2009 Focus 1.6 diesel econetic. Ive run through the "self diagnostic" by holding down the set/reset knob, and at the DTC codes, it says, "DTC #Codes NONE" I also have a little diagnostic scanner of my own, and it shows nothing. I did however, unplug my scanner when i wasn't supposed to, (the ignition was still on), and I've been told that this could've caused the "engine malfunction" message. But the "engine malfunction" message came up a week or 2 after i used the scanner, is that possible? Ive also been told that, by unplugging the battery, it may reset the "engine malfunction" message. Is that advisable? as i will try everything to avoid another trip to the mechanics, and £25 a time on the scanner, its money i don't really have at the moment. Confused as to why it won't show up on my scanner though, any help is much appreciated.
  12. Hi, This morning I noticed that my engine management light lit up on my dash, there's no noise issues, no misfiring... Car seems to be working like normal to be honest! I ran the ford self diagnostic test and it told me that there were no DTCs, now as I understand it the DTCs are the fault codes are they not? So I was just wondering if anyone knew why the engine management light would come on if there aren't any faults? My local garage want to charge me 60 quid to run a diagnostic, which I don't fancy doing if there isn't anything wrong with my car... I considered purchasing a diagnostic tool to reset the light but not sure if this would be wise? I have a ford fiesta mk6, 58 plate. Any suggestions/input would be much appreciated. Martin
  13. Hi all I've been searching deep corners of the internet and have had no luck for this issue. 10 plate focus 1.6 zetec (100) I was driving along one day no problems and have had no problems at all before. dropped of my mate at his house and grabbed something out of my boot at the same time, then pulled off and about 20 yards later both the airbag and seatbelt warning light came on... over the next 2-4 days it was intermittent, then it became permanent for the last 2 weeks to date. When intermittent it sometimes was not on at all, other times it came on part way through the (short) journey, or it was on straight away and turning the engine off then back on didn't get rid of it. I did the ford built in diagnostics check I've borrowed one of my mates cheap as chips bluetooth OBD readerand found these codes:- ObdU1900 - CAN Communication Bus FaultU2023 Abnormal message from PCMFord onboard test:Dtc #01 D900 I tried to reset them but couldn't. the only other thing I have tried is disconnecting the battery for the car for about an hour or so (turning it off the on again idea) does anyone know what it could be? I would like to repair it myself (I'm great with repairing electronic side of things, it's part of my job). Cheers, Gee.
  14. Hi all, New Ford Focus owner here and new forum member. A couple of weeks ago I bought a 2003 Ford Focus Ink. Sadly the engine management light illuminated after a couple of days of driving. Using the self-diagnostic check in the LCD display showed a DTC code of 9318 (low voltage) had been logged. The battery voltage without the engine running showed as being around 10 volts and 13.5 with the engine running. I replaced the battery with a new Halfords calcium one (as per their website suggestion for my registration number) and the engine management light was no more. Sadly 100 miles later and the engine management light has illuminated again. The self-diagnostic check shows a DTC code of 9318 and a battery voltage of 11.8 without the engine running and 13.5 with the engine running. Please could someone help me to further diagnose why the engine management light has illuminated again when the battery and alternator appear to be healthy (to my untrained eye at least)? Many thanks in advance, Andy
  15. Hi all, A few weeks ago the engine management light came on on my mum's 2008 Focus 1.8 TDCi, accompanied by a whooshing noise under acceleration. I found a split in the pipe coming from the turbo, and replaced that with a genuine part. It drove well for a few weeks, but now has had the engine manegement and traction control lights come on again. Not sure if the 2 lights are related... I hooked up my F-Super USB and got the following codes from the PCM: P0402 - EGR flow excessive detected P0238 - Turbo/Super charger boost sensor A circuit high P010F - Mass or volume air flow sensor A/B correlation All three faults come back immediatedly after clearing. From the ABS module, I got: U2023 - Fault received from external node P0238 - Turbo/Super charger boost sensor A circuit high P010F - Mass or volume air flow sensor A/B correlation Again, all three come back immediatedly. Anyone got any ideas? Milage is only 42k. The fuel rail pressure is 300bar at idle, is this normal? Cheers, Gareth
  16. No Eml Ever

    hey guys have had my belovid st for 4 yrs now and am yet to see eml light ever not when dash testing nor pre start just never illuminates have tried bulbs to no avail am now due to the new mot legs in a way up !Removed! creek i feel some (mother GNIKCUF cont decided to disable some how any of you guys have any clue as i know its had faukts cause i run her on my laptop for data against my other car cougar v6 so please can any 1 shine a life this is a man begging no i cnt afford to take it to the stealers thanks ears