The car has been used all week with no problems and I thought it was fixed. I was able to duplicate the condition by shifting the transmission into 2nd gear and running the engine at 3500 to 4000 rpm. The contact noticed that while attempting to make a right turn, with a quarter tank of gas or lower, the vehicle would suddenly stall without warning. Ford said my was not covered under the program because it was built in Aug. The dealer stated that the fuel pump needed to be repaired. Give me a minute, I'll find the diagram. The fix for that is a new gas tank.
The failure mileage was approximately 180,000. I had it tested to find out what the problem is and it came back code P1237 a Fuel Pump Secondary Circuit problem Fuel Pump Driver Module I can not find this in my book. The current mileage was 65,622 and the failure mileage was 63,739. Follow this procedure at your own risk! He'll have to check with a dealer once you've sorted out the repeat fuel pump failure problem. In that case the mechanic only hastened the leak that was about to develop anyway. The manufacturer was contacted and stated that there were no recalls on her vehicle.
Thank you so much for responding fast! I installed a new fuel pump module and the symptoms were completely eliminated. Nhtsa required Ford to issue a csp 03n01 which replaced the fuel delivery module. I spoke to the Ford Garage who said they have never heard of such a problem with a Focus and would love me to bring it in to have a look, labour charge of quite a lot. This is a safety feature, to prevent the pump from pouring fuel in the event of an accident. .
This forces the full-tilt pump to push against a solid column of fuel in the supply line that's moving forward very slowly. If so; 15A is right. The current mileage was 46,000 and the failure mileage was 45,000. The vehicle would not restart and was towed to the dealer for repair. So I called Ford myself,computers were down,they said to have it fixed and call them back. Did a recall search and found out that the fuel pump is on recall for that particular model and year so I am heading to the dealer the first of the week to get it done.
Flow will increase approximately 40% when pressure is reduced from 80 to 40 psi. If debris is clogging the filter, some of the junk may have gotten past it and attacked the pump. Even if the filter has done its job and kept the con-tamination out of the pump, a clogged unit will force the pump to work extra hard as it attempts to pull fuel out of the tank through the clogged filter. Slow leaks usually evaporate as fast as it leaks. Last weekend the car started as normal I moved off but then stalled after a couple of seconds, and couldn? Relay Description R17 Starter R18 Rear intermitten wipper R19 Front intermitten wiper R20 Not used R21 Not used R22 Not used R23 Horn R24 Battery saver R25 Rear defrost, heated mirrors Engine compartment fuse box.
The failure has occurred twice while driving. The current and failure mileages were 115,101. Ford has been aware of this problem forever and sent letters to almost 600,000 owners telling them of the possible problem and giving them an extended warranty on the fuel delivery system for up to ten years with unlimited mileage. We think that because the car this the pump described in the bulletin, was built at the wayne assembly plant within 2 mos. While engaging the accelerator pedal, the vehicle shut off due to the fuel pump. The fuse blew before when you were just repeatedly priming the engine; so that would suggest a circuit or pump issue.
I got the car back on August 1, and two days later on August 3, it stalled again. It is deffinately the 15 amp fuel pump fuse, and it isn't shared with anything else. When she got home I changed the fuel filter and we had no more problems for 3 months. I had to get onto the shoulder,it would not go faster than 20 miles. Several times it has caused a loss in break-ability, since the engine isn't running smoothly when the pressure drops. The fuel pump was eventually determined to be the cause of the failure. I looked and there was dripping.
What else could be the problem since we already got the fuel pump replaced? As we said at the beginning of this thread, there have been far too many uninformed negative comments about the Kenne Bell Boost-A-Pump. Basica lly, if you did not install th e part it ca nnot fa il. I was meeting with the fellow who is going to rebuild my house. The vehicle was returned to the customer, but he came back about three months later with the same symptoms. Why on Earth would anyone remove an integral part of our kit? The Focus has never refused to start when cold, only after a few runs and with me naturally leaving my foot on the accelerator pedal a bit.
There are a number of reason that seal might not seal perfectly. The pump might be able to put out enough pressure and volume for normal driving conditions with the reduced voltage, but fall short when demand is higher. The fuel filter was replaced and she was able to get the vehicle back onto the highway. I thought I needed a jump but when that did not work I had my car towed to a mechanic. Verify continuity and pin fit at related electrical connectors. The failure mileage was 89,000 and current mileage was 90,000.
That would not be my first suspect because your car isn't old enough to have a rusty tank. The engine would run fine under light to moderate acceleration, while cruising and at idle. I had the seat down to transport some carpet today, and had them down to carry a lot of weight for a car boot sale the week before, it does seem a bit of a coincidence though. Invest in a quality Ford Focus fuel pump from AutoZone and restore your ride's performance with this simple upgrade. Signal is a duty cycle 5-50 percent is a valid on request. Something has got to give before long.