To Everyone, thanks for the help. Just remove the clamps and push open the butterfly valve and spray out the insides with carb cleaner. Observe the resistance between the center and one of the other contacts while slowly moving the pin up and down. First, make sure the gasket is still there. You would need a good scan tool to read ford extended codes to see whats going on. I will do some searching, and see if I can find more information.
With mileage, even the best-designed cars require occasional maintenance or replacement of damaged components. The reliability and skilled design of a well-made Mercury demand always using performance and aftermarket parts with equal value; high-quality parts don't always have to break the bank. Thanks again, Mike If you've driven that many miles and it hasn't come back on you should be good to go. Went and cleared the codes and drove for about 10 miles with no issues. Knowing most American car companies they did you the same on may cars, and many years. It's awesome that something like this forums exist with people willing to take the time and help someone without a whole lot of mechanical experence out.
After no telling how many years of not moving due to the broken vacuum hose the valve may be stuck open. Ask about the Loan-a-Tool program to make sure you're equipped with the right tools to get the job done right and take advantage of our free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing the next time you visit your local store. Hope to see you on the forums soon! The wire colors may not be correct for 1997. If not, take it off and make sure the lever pushes in and out freely. When the Explorer is just Idling in the driveway, there is no sputering or stalling like there's an Excessive Flow issue. Don't grind too much off at one time.
This means that it's one of the early model 5. That should narrow it down to half a million possibilities. Then I connected everything back up and I've just put about 30 miles on it with no Check Engine light. In addition to any manufacturer's warranties, we offer a limited 60 day money back guarantee on all merchandise returned to us in like new uninstalled condition some restrictions apply. I just recently encountered the same problem with my 91 jeep wrangler.
Mercury Replacement Purge Valves Usually the most annoying part about doing work on your vehicle is the need to find a top-rated source for reliable parts. The kit will have instructions on enlarging the stripped hole and creating new threads for the helicoil or steel insert. So it looks like everything's good to go. Lifetime Warranty This item is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Ounce in a while, the light goes off. That first picture is the 96-97. Recently passed down to my son.
While you have it out take some wd or blaster and clan the egge where the valve seals. A new spark plug should thread directly into the new thread insert. Monroe load adjusters, Hunter brush guard, Warrior shackles and Gibson Cat Back on the way. It wouldn't do nothing to the vehicle, except keep it from passing emissions. There's a rubber gasket that goes between the sensor and the egr valve. Please test fit items before cutting, altering, or final installation. I'm taking mine out tomorrow and cleaning it up.
This listing is only intended for domestic customers within the continental 48 states. It seems a few years back there was a rumor floating that if you removed that gasket you would have better performance. If the compression is low, a little oil squirted into each cylinder, one at a time, will point to worn rings if the compression increases when retested after the oil is added. They change an A, to a E, or to an Z, or something. I am needing to know the location of it to service it. If you are setting a low temp code and your engine temp seems ok by the temp gauge, change the temp sensor under the coil packs.
Unground the probe and the idle should become steady. All of these self tests go in a particular order as well. Mercury creates highly regarded vehicles, and they are often spotted on America's roadways. What is a dpfe sensor and where is it located? As they explained to her , the vavle was probably stuck and causing excessive carbon dioxide to be release. The cat self test has to be done with stop and go driving around town alot of it.
Not alot of air, but enough that you could hear it. That's why it took 50 miles. They also said the valve was most likely not bad and just needed to be removed and cleaned probably stuck. For international shipping quotes, please contact our third-party shipping partner American Car Commercial by phone at +1-603-686-5559 Payment Policy: We accept Paypal payments. That system looks very similar to the mid 80s 5. There's a sensor that mounts to the top of the egr valve with three little bolts.
It's under the rear window defrost and wiper controls. The drive cycle varies from makes and models. Oh, by the way, when you buy the temp sensor double check that you have the one for under the coil packs. The wrong one fits right in, and you get the check engine light again. I believe it is at the top rear of the engine between engine and firewall, just left of center passenger side. Connected to this is a large semi flex tube with a clamp at each end.