95 TOWNCAR GIVES 030 CODE ON WHEN YOU CHECK CODE ON RADIO, AIR IS NOT WORKING WHATS WRONG
when you say "dont pull in" do you mean clutch is not engageing? if so clutch gap could be excessive,pull frt of clutch off and remove shim to adjust gap,hope this helps
fordtech doesn't the '95 have OBDII? Does it show diagnostics on the radio????
David the 95 does have obd 2 depending on build date some of the early cars only had obd1,google a/c diag there is a self diagnosis on the control head,
024 Fault in blend door calibration during self test GO to Pinpoint Test B. 025 Intermittent fault in blend door calibration GO to Pinpoint Test B. 030 Self test indicates automatic temperature control sensor shorted GO to Pinpoint Test P. 031 Self test indicates automatic temperature control sensor open GO to Pinpoint Test P. 040 Self test indicates ambient sensor short GO to Pinpoint Test J. 041 Self test indicates ambient sensor open GO to Pinpoint Test J. 042 Ambient sensor intermittent short GO to Pinpoint Test J. 043 Ambient sensor intermittent open GO to Pinpoint Test J. 050 Self test indicates sunload sensor short GO to Pinpoint Test K. 052 Sunload Sensor intermittent short GO to Pinpoint Test K. 115 Intermittent engine coolant temperature signal GO to Pinpoint Test G or Pinpoint Test H. 125 Intermittent vehicle speed si
TEST P: SYSTEM DOES NOT CONTROL TEMPERATURE P1 PERFORM EATC SELF TEST Turn the ignition switch to RUN. Press OFF and FLOOR buttons simultaneously and then press AUTOMATIC button within two seconds. Self test may run as long as 30 seconds. After self test, record all error codes and any temperature display readings. Press the blue (Cooler) button to exit self test. Is error code 030, 031, 032, or 033 displayed? Yes GO to P2. No GO to P3. P2 CHECK SENSOR RESISTANCE NOTE: An open sensor will cause the warm air discharge at 65°F (18°C) setting. A shorted sensor will cause cool discharge air at 85°F (29°C) setting. Disconnect the A/C ambient air temperature sensor. Using a DVOM, measure the resistance across the sensor terminals and compare the readings with the following sensor resistance table: Approximate Temperature Sensor Resistance Acceptance Range 50°F (10°C) to 68°F (20°C) 37K to 58K ohms 68°F (20°C) to 86°F (30°C) 24K to 37K ohms 86°F (30°C) to 104°F (40°C) 16K to 24K ohms Are resistance values within the specified limits? Yes GO to P3. No REPLACE A/C ambient air temperature sensor and bracket . RESTORE vehicle. RETEST system. P3 CHECK ASPIRATOR INSTALLATION Gain access to automatic temperature control sensor hose and elbow as outlined. Check for proper installation of automatic temperature control sensor hose and elbow . Is aspirator installed properly and hose connected? Yes GO to P4. No SERVICE automatic temperature control sensor hose and elbow as necessary. RESTORE vehicle. RETEST system. P4 CHECK AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL SENSOR OUTPUT AT EATC MODULE Turn engine off. Leave ignition switch in RUN position. Disconnect automatic temperature control sensor . Using a voltmeter, check Circuit 790 (W/O) at Pin 17 of connector C1 for voltage. Is voltage present? Yes GO to P5. No REPLACE EATC module. RESTORE vehicle. RETEST system. P5 CHECK AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL CIRCUIT 790 (W/O) Turn ignition switch OFF. Using an ohmmeter, check Circuit 790 (W/O) from EATC module to automatic temperature control sensor connector. Is there continuity? Yes GO to P6. No SERVICE Circuit 790 (W/O) for open. RESTORE vehicle. RETEST system. P6 CHECK AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL SENSOR RETURN CIRCUIT Using an ohmmeter, check Circuit 470 (PK/BK) for continuity from EATC module to aspirator connector. Is there continuity? Yes REPLACE automatic temperature control sensor . RESTORE vehicle. RETEST system. No SERVICE Circuit 470 (PK/BK) for open. RESTORE vehicle. RETEST system
2007 lincoln town car engine sign code P 050 E anybody knows that discrivtion. What is it?
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