Mother Bear has a 2006 Ford Fusion 1.6 ''+''. Really nice car. It's obviously not fast but it is very comfortable and perfect for her purposes. It's also soooo !Removed! easy to service
Anyway, I had to drive it a few weeks back and came to doing a full lock turn to get out of a cul-de-sac. Car stalled....even though it's an auto. How jolly !Removed! I thought. Anyway a bit of research and it's possible that somethings wrong with the PAS pressure switch; either the switch is bad and needs replacing or (what I suspect most) is the wiring is damaged as it's location is close to the exhaust manifold.
Does anyone know how to test this? I'm imagining it gets a constant voltage this backprobing it and hooking up a multi-meter looking for batt. voltage? And then check the resistance of the switch itself.... anyone know what expected resistance should be?
Finally anyone got a pic of the switch in situ.? Save me chasing a wild goose