Where do you hook the code reader on a 92 ford f150?
Somewhere in the engine compartment ( battery side ) you will find an EEC TEST connection for your OBD I / EEC - IV system
There should be a plug adapter spot right under the steering wheel and dash assembly, should just plug right in... i have a 96 and i work at O'Reillys auto parts, we have a code reader that reads all nissans from 88 to current....so if is the right code reader it should just install as i said above hope that helps a little
There are few reasons some simple some not. Check your gas cap make sure it is tight and not leaking. Check to see there are no vacume leaks under the hood. If these check out then you need to hook up a code reader to the OBD port and see what "P" code number reads. If you do not have a scan tool any autozone part store will hook up a scan tool for free.
Within the first chapter of The Hunger Games the Reaping is mentioned; this is a hook because the reader, at this point, is not supposed to know what the Reaping is. The purpose of a hook is to make the reader continue reading. The mention of the Reaping keeps the reader reading for two reasons a) either the reader does not know what the Reaping is and wants to find out or b) the reader…
Listing all the possibilities would be close to impossible. Check your gas cap to see if it's nice and tight. Otherwise hook up an OBD II code reader. It's ~$80-100 CAN for the dealer to hook it up and tell you what's wrong. It's ~$150-200 CAN to buy a code reader. If you feel confident that you can properly interpret the codes, a code reader will pay for itself after 2 issues with any car…
The 1993 Ford F-150 has the most common hook-end wiper arms. See sources and related links below for installation videos. Locate and press the tab or button where the wiper blade is inserted into the hook of the wiper arm and pull wiper blade out of hook. You may have to rotate and flex the blade to make enough clearance for the hook to pass through.
Where is and how do you install the oxygen sensor on a 1997 ford f150 2-wheel drive your engine light comes on and the computer said it is bank 1 sensor 2?
before changing the sensor try disconnecting the negative battery cable for a minute then hook back up and see if the light comes on. if it does come on you know it wasnt a bogus code. and there is a real problem. most o2 sensors are set to go off at about 20 to 30 thousand miles. Worked also for my 2001 F150.
Don't know where it is located on that particular vehicle, but you can get it from your Ford Dealer. They may have to hook the computer to it and there might be a charge, but they can get it for you. I do...look under the dash on passenger side, a large white decal has the code clearly writtten in big black letters.