most 2000 model year focus have a fuel delivery module recall.
Common causes include gas cap is loose, sensor malfunction, engine misfire, transmission malfunction,Common causes include gas cap is loose, sensor malfunction, engine misfire, transmission malfunction,
its the throttle position sensor
Age, carbon deposits, and driving an engine with a misfire.
The timing or crankcase sensor needs to be checked and most likely replaced.
Stuck open injector, severe misfire, failed oxygen sensor, etc.Stuck open injector, severe misfire, failed oxygen sensor, etc.
The sensor may be defective/broken. I would have that checked or replaced.
It is either the speed sensor or the wiring. Have it checked out.
i am having terrible trouble with a 2004 santa fe 4 cylinder motor causing cylinders 2 and 3 misfire then engine shutdown. it has been in the shop for over a week and had the timing belt, timing belt tensioners and pully replaced, and the cam shaft sensor replaced and still doing it. mechanic is looking into the ignition system "possibly plugs or wires or coil packs". have mechanic check the cam sensor and ignition system.. may help.
Have the speed sensor replaced.
An intermittent crankshaft sensor will not let the engine fire the correct times. This can definitely cause a misfire for the engine.
if is model with computers etc,most probable cause is the cam positioning sensor
Misfire is usually caused by faulty wires or spark plugs or both. Throttle position sensor failure generally causes poor response to the throttle. That is poor acceleration, slow to return to idle and rough idle.
The oxygen sensor is "done". It should be replaced.
Bad spark plug wires or spark plugs can cause your 1994 Chevrolet S 10 two misfire. A plugged fuel filter can also cause the vehicle to misfire.
There are numerous things that can cause a misfire, see related questions below.
Could be a problem with the wiring from the computer to the sensor.
have your oxygen sensor checked or replaced. we had the same issue on ours and replacing the o2 sensor fixed the problem
The crank sensor probably needs to be replaced.
The camshaft position sensor is integral with the distributor. So, have it checked carefully by a professional because, if the sensor is faulty, the distributor must be replaced. That can get ugly expensive real quick.
If an engine light is still on after replacing a fan's radiator sensor in a RFW engine the coolant sensor should also be checked. If the coolant sensor is bad it will send an error code to the car's computer.
It can be anything from the printed circuit in the dash to the speed sensor on the trans. Have it checked out by a good mechanic.
The camshaft position sensor is an intregal part of the distributor, therefore if the CMP sensor is defective the distributor must be replaced. Have it checked out by a qualified mechanic.