Have a ford Econoline E150 1995 lots of miles runs good. Engine light coming on most of the time and staying on till turn off engine. Its obd 1 diagnostic.

Asked by May 21, 2015 at 09:44 AM about the Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Would not give any codes disconnected
battery engine light staying on..smells a bit
lean or rich EGR or oxegen sensor..

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First, make sure your oil is changed, and your gas cap will make that light come on. Next, pull and screw in sensors form the intake and check for carbon build up. All of these things will cause it to not show a code. Hope this helps

Not sure what sensor referring to ?? Oil good gas cap I've checked and do use Lucas injector cleaner about every 3rd tank... Thanks

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