their is more than one oxygen sensor but the one that is probly bad is on the exhaust system. otherwise I would check the map sensor.
A flashing check engine light means an engine cylinder misfire has been detected
Check engine light comes on, mileage drops, may end up toasting a cylinder coil which is a cylinder misfire or flashing check engine light.
Code P1299: Cylinder Head Over Temperature Protection Active Indicates an engine overheat condition was detected by the cylinder head temperature (CHT) sensor. An FMEM Strategy called Fail-safe Cooling was activated to cool the engine. Engine cooling system concerns Low engine coolant level Base engine concerns
my ranger did the same thing you need to check the wires and the plugs or your o2 sensor behind your cat if ths wont fix the problem you have a serious problem!
If the check engine light is blinking , that indicates a cylinder misfire has been detected White smoke coming out of the exhaust ( especially when the engine is warmed up ) indicates that coolant is getting into an engine cylinder from a bad head gasket , a warped or cracked cylinder head
Check and or replace your starter solenoid.
p1039 for a 1999 ford ranger indicates a camshaft position sensor fault. it could be the sensor, wiring, or the PCM. must be properly diagnosed to determine the real fault.
Yes. I have a bad cylinder in the engine of my Saturn Outlook and it was detected by the check engine soon light.
Te 2000 F150 does not use a coolant temperature sensor. The engine uses a cylinder head sensor close to the head back to check the temperature.
do a compression check on that cylinder. check fuel injector for pulse.
The oxygen sensor is one of many things that could turn the check engine light on.The oxygen sensor is one of many things that could turn the check engine light on.
On a 1999 Ford Ranger : Check the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal in the front of the engine compartment , it will show what type of spark plugs to use , and the spark plug gap
If the check engine light is flashing that means an engine cylinder misfire has been detected . You can drive it in for repair , just avoid any rapid acceleration or deceleration because you can damage the catalytic converter
Take your 2002 Ford Ranger to the garage to get the engine checked.
check map sensor that was the problem in my 89 2.3 ranger
There is not one sensor. All the ECM sensors are tied to the check engine light.
That is what the check engine light is for. It informs you of a failure.
An engine cylinder misfire has been detected if your check engine light is flashing ( I'm not a mechanic / technician but it could be a spark plug , spark plug wire , the fuel mixture , or some other problem )
The check engine light on a 1999 Ford Ranger is between the full mark of the gas gauge and the left turn signal arrow
I just had to fix mine. It is located at the right top of engine. Looking from the front of the car, it is the connection just past the plastic cover over the engine. It has a silver clip (looks like a paper clip). remove clip and unplug sensor, reseat sensor and your problem should be solve. My check engine light was on and after reseating connection, the problem was gone.
If it is bad the check engine light will come on and set a code for that particular sensor.
No, there is no code for a bad master cylinder nor any brake condition. Your light must be diagnosed using a scanner which will narrow down your problem.
Yes, an unplugged sensor can cause a check engine light.
Check your brake fluid level in your brake master cylinder in the engine compartment and see if it is down.
Probably about 4. Best way to do this is to put in four, run the engine, and check it again. this is a good way to check...but my 94 ranger always needs at least 5 quarts. I have had my ranger for about 6 years now. The Capacity is 5.0 quarts with filter change.