Code p1443 is a malfunction in the evap system. It can be a loose gas cap, a bad flow sensor/circuit, a bad evap solenoid/circuit or even a leak in the evap system. The evap system is designed to trap gas fumes escaping from your gas tank/fuel system contributing to pollution. Code 1443 can be fixed by replacing the canister purge selinoid. The cost range is from $47 to $65 if your Ford dealership will match internet pricing. The dealership is the only place to purchase the item. The location is passenger side of engine near A/C condensor. It has 2 air lines connecting at the top and a plug with 3 wires at the bottom. The size is roughly 3 inches in circumfrance, by 4 inches long. It releases air and that's why the check engine light comes on related to the emission system. Once you find the location the part takes less than 5 minutes to replace . You still will have to get the check engine light code deleted from whomever. Autozone will do it for free.
Follow the troubleshooting tree that is associated with that code.
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Yes, an unplugged sensor can cause a check engine light.
No, oil level does not cause the check engine light.
no a burnt out headlight will not cause a check engine light but if you go to most of the part places they will check the check engine light for free
Yes, water can cause a misfire, which will cause the check engine light to flash.
Check for a loose power steering belt.
The check engine light is reset with a scan tool after repairing the cause of the fault.The check engine light is reset with a scan tool after repairing the cause of the fault.
You need to have the code read. Any good auto parts place will read the code for you. Usually it is free. This will give you a good idea what is wrng with the vehicle.
No, low gas cannot cause a Check Engine light to turn on. There would have to be a problem within the engine or the engine wiring for that light to come on.
It really depends on what the cause of the check engine light is.
I had my check engine light come on in my 96 T'bird and I stopped at Autozone to get it checked. I got the P1443 error as well, and it said probable causes were: 1. Failed EVAP pressure sensor 2. Blocked hose between purge valve and FTP sensor 3. EVAP purge valve stuck closed I have read from others that say it could be just a cracked hose as well.