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Ford Wiring Codes

 

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  • Attach all sensors on Loom

     
  • Connect Purge Valve to plug near computer is does not need vacuum but needed to keep fault codes clear

     
  • The red wire is the main 12 volt feed wire and will require further heavy wire to the battery or isolator switch, connect Earth, put an earth on Fuel Pump

     
  • Connect up heavy wires to Starter and alternator, not SUPPLIED 

 

  • Earth to engine OR CAN BE TO BATTERY 

 

  • Connect Brown or Blue Plug to Ignition coil

     
  • It is Recommended to use an isolator Switch or Disconnect Battery OR  Computer with not in use

     
  • Set Timing using Computer switch to give base timing of 10 degrees, this only happen for about 2 minutes then it goes back to computer control

     
  • Check Codes by starting the engine and the turning on the Computer Switch, all of the codes as per Ford Factory are available
  • CODE..................................SYSTEM/COMPONENT
    10.......................................separator codes
    11.......................................system ok
    12.......................................rpm out of spec
    13.......................................rpm out of spec
    14.......................................unstedy pip signal during idle test
    15.......................................loss of KAM, bad KAM/ROM data
    16.......................................rpm too low to run fuel test
    21.......................................ect sensor out of range
    22.......................................map sensor out of range
    23.......................................throttle sensor out of range
    24.......................................atc sensor out of range
    41.......................................hego sensors lean during fuel test
    42.......................................hego sensor rich during fuel test
    51.......................................ect voltage too high
    52.......................................power steer switch open
    53.......................................throttle posision senors voltage to high
    54.......................................air charge sensor voltage to high
    55.......................................internal power to module to low
    58.......................................faults in the idle tracking switch
  • 61.......................................ect voltage to low
    63.......................................throttle sensor voltage to low(closed throttle)
    64.......................................air chage sensor voltage to low
    67.......................................nds or a/c is on
    68.......................................faults in the idle tracking switch
    78........................................interuption to key power circuit
    85.......................................canister output circuit failure
    87.......................................fuel pump relay fault
    99.......................................idle speed corrections not learnt