I have used that method many times to read hidden dtcs as well as access settings. Has anyone else experienced this or heard of a solution? Don't use fuel or vacuum line as replacements. You should also check that the spark plug gap is set properly. The light could mean a costly problem, like a bad catalytic converter, or it could be something minor, like a loose gas cap. The currently selected is for the Ford makes. Insert a 5mm drill bit into the adjustment hole to verify the proper alignment for the neutral position.
Your brakes will function normally with the exception of not having the added safety of the anti-lock system. I can find the module for sale at Ford Parts sites Google , but no info on programming, Has anyone else handled this issue? Look up the other , please use the search box. Now don't ask yourself; What should you do with B1342 code? The solution is here : Ford Expedition B1342 Possible Solution : The crankshaft sensor signals the fuel injection computer or the ignition control when the cylinders are firing. It seems like most of these issues are pointing back to a common electrical fault or ground. Other than that all I can say is that if you figure out what module its from you should verify power and ground circuits to that module before replacing it. Ever since then - no code, and its been 4 months or so. Unfortunately, that didn't fix anything.
Sooooo, where should I go from here and what would you do if it were in this situation? May 29, 2014 Clear the code, if the code returns then you have to find out what module it is originating from. Took the negative terminal loose for 30 minutes, stepped on the brake pedal and cleared the code. I held it down while turning on the ignition switch, but did not get anything different once the lights and accessories powered on. The solution is here : Ford Freestyle B1342 Possible Solution : Disconnected, dirty or fouled spark plugs are common causes for engines that won't start. The vehicle service manual should be consulted for more information on possible causes of the fault, along with required testing. If the problem is not enough fuel, the culprit may be dirty injectors or fuel filters, a weak fuel pump or a leaky fuel pressure regulator.
Ford service writer said don't worry, it will come back on and when it does bring it straight to me. If either sensor isn't working correctly, the car will run rough and the engine will be less efficient. I used Forscan and copied the as built data from my old abs controll module and copied it to the used module with my cars vin number and it works great. So if you get this B1342 code, first check to make sure you're getting a good 5 volt reference signal at the sensor. Never had any problems but it is hard to pay for a abs control module and not know if that is the real problem.
I purchased a used abs controll module online from a salvage yard. O2 Bank 1 Sensor 1; Is that bank in front or next to firewall? That should clear up the problem, then i would replace the o2 sensor, it is probably garbage now. Fault code B1596 is there to basically indicate that there is a consistent fault code stored - B1342 in your case - and should disappear once the B1342 fault is repaired and cleared. Bad thing is, the action starts at dusk Wednesday and intensifies all night long and I hate being in one of those in the dark. The vehicle service manual should be consulted for more information on possible causes of the fault, along with required testing. These can range from a faulty spark plug lead, shorted kill switch or flywheel key damage. My 2004 Freestar has codes B1342, U1009, U1027, and U1059.
. No abs lights and no other engine lights or codes for the first time in over a year. That is for cars with ride control. The price of their entry version is very competitive and allows you to perform data logging. Excessive air inflow can be caused by a vacuum leak, a dirty sensor or, an exhaust gas recirculation valve not closing properly. Recently confirmed that the wheel speed sensors and tone rings are not an issue and functioning properly. It does cause one to wonder.
Check all your vacuum lines. CharlieK9, thanks for the information. Found this thru Google: P1342 Ignition Coil Power Output Stage 1 Short to B+. CharlieK9, thanks for the information. I was surprised at how loose the valve fit in the grommet, but new grommet we had to sort'a wiggle the valve down in it so it was a much tighter fit.
I'm going to call a mechanic that I trust reasonable well. I can find the module for sale at Ford Parts sites Google , but no info on programming, Has anyone else handled this issue? You will notice a decrease in gas mileage and over time the car will eventually start stalling a lot. If you have any doubt as to repairs on your vehicle, please contact your technician. I held it down while turning on the ignition switch, but did not get anything different once the lights and accessories powered on. I am mechanically inclined, and have a scan tool. She came home one day and parked after her commute with no issues; however, when we cranked the next morning the dash immediately lit up like a Christmas tree and alarms started sounding.
If not, you will probably destroy the new O2 sensors in short order. I would check that first. Needed gas so checked mileage and got 22 mpg. Hey PhoenixS - I think I resolved the issue - it was the front hubs. Other than the annoying lights and super distracting chime that goes off about every 7 minutes it drives fine and does not seem to display any unusual symptoms. I would suspect you have another issue that you will want to fix before replacing the O2 sensors.
I would have to see it on a scanner. I will get an intermittent delayed 1-2 shift that can get violent sometimes. I know what all of these codes are, and as a result when I drive at operating temp. He said it doesn't allow you to select subsystems to scan as well? So, I ordered both hubs from RockAuto Motorcraft parts , and they were very easy to change. Thank you very much Rod and I'll let ya'll know how goes it.