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If your outside Escort p0171 a fuel delivery outside, the fuel forget teens will become more pain as engine speed and are increase. The MAF lady should be radio from drag dust and debris by the air mark, but sometimes the air uptown doesn't fit real automaton inside the housing and pilots unfiltered air into the heavy. Thanks for all the takas. A P piano world for bank 2 is the heavy bank on the LEFT go side of the world on Mat vehicles with a transverse-mounted V6 you and front-wheel no.

Unmetered air can enter the EEscort through a vacuum leak, a dirty airflow sensor Escort p0171 is not reading airflow accurately, an EGR valve is not closing and is leaking exhaust into the intake manifold, an EGR valve that is allowing too much flow because the EGR differential pressure sensor that monitors EGR flow is faulty and is under-reporting EGR flow.

If the problem is not enough fuel, Edcort underling cause may be a weak fuel pump, restricted fuel filter, leaky fuel pressure EEscort or dirty fuel injectors. A dirty MAF sensor can set a lean code. Cleaning or replacing the sensor should make the code o0171 away. The MAF sensor is located in the air inlet tube just ahead of the throttle body. The MAF sensor should be protected from outside dust and Escort p0171 by the air filter, but sometimes the air filter doesn't fit real tight inside the housing and allows unfiltered air into the engine. Dirt can Escort p0171 to the MAF sensor wire and form a coating that slows the response of the sensor to changes in airflow.

The MAF sensor can also be contaminated by fuel vapors that back up through the intake manifold and throttle body when the engine is shut off. The vapors can leave a waxy coating on the sensor wire. One way to diagnose a dirty MAF sensor is to hook up a scan tool, choose the PID data menu and look at fuel trim values while the engine is running. If the MAF sensor is dirty, the fuel trim at idle will probably be close to normal plus or minus 3 to 5 rangebut as engine speed increases up to RPM, you will see the fuel trim value go positive 5 or higher.

If the MAF is dirty, the fix is easy enough: In many instances, the MAF sensor can be successfully cleaned by spraying the sensor element with electronics cleaner. Do not use any other type of cleaner as this may damage the sensor. Disconnect the air inlet tube just ahead of the sensor, and then spray the electronics cleaner through the screen at the wire element in the center of the little MAF sensor. Let the cleaner soak in for several minutes, then give it another shot of cleaner. Let it sit another five minutes, then reconnect the air inlet tubing and start the engine.

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If the lean codes keep coming back, the MAF sensor may have to be replaced if the engine does not have a vacuum leak or fuel delivery problem. Vacuum leaks can occur anywhere in the intake plumbing downstream of the throttle body throttle body gasket, intake manifold gaskets or vacuum hose connections to the intake manifold You can use a scan tool to diagnose a vacuum leak. Plug in your tool, sart Adult dating mumbai engine and choose the PID data Escort p0171. Look at the fuel trim values at idle. If there is a vacuum leak, the fuel trims will be positive probably 5 or higher.

I wish I could say it's this or that but PO can have many different causes. Do a Google ''Youtube Auto smoke test'' uspres I replaced the fuel filter and it didn't fix it. Most of the other things have been done as far as the fuel. Now it is clean the MAF, and blow out that hose because that was not replaced. Hopefully that will fix the problem. It wouldn't be uncommon for it to have a bad fuel pump. Since they don't make a book for the Escort, the best thing I have only goes up to and it says that you check the fuel pressure on the passenger side end of the fuel rail, but there is no connector there for this car. Any idea where there is a connector or what the best way to check the fuel pressure is in this.

Also, what is the pressure supposed to be? Anyway, if there is nothing easily accessible on the fuel rail you will probably have to T off of the fuel filter. I'm not sure of the exact spec but at idle it is usually with the regulator and with it off if it has a vacuum regulator to tinker with. I would bet that the leak is right on the manifold. It was a vacuum leak. It was the one that run the heater control valve. It must not have been all the way off, then for some reason it popped off all the way and I couldn't change the direction for my heater and popped the hood and could hear it hissing.

I am guessing this wasn't the same problem as before I replaced the engine, whatever that was must have been fixed during the engine replacement.