How to Test a Ford O2 Sensor?

Answer Ford O2 sensors, more commonly referred to as oxygen sensors, are designed to read the exhaust emissions from your engine prior to reaching the catalytic convertor. Often times oxygen sensor codes ... Read More »

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How to Test the TPS Sensor on the 1990 Ford F-150?

The TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) in your 1990 Ford F-150 is a type of variable resistor called a potentiometer, used by the on-board computer to determine the amount the throttle is open. A 5-vol... Read More »

How to Test the MAP Sensor in a Ford Bronco?

A MAP sensor monitors pressure inside the intake manifold and relays the reading to the Bronco's computer. If your engine idols rough or stalls, your Ford Bronco might have a bad MAP sensor. There ... Read More »

How to Test a Ford Mass Air Flow Sensor?

A Mass Airflow -- MAF -- Sensor in a modern Ford vehicle is located inside the air intake duct. It uses a hot wire element to measure the amount of air entering the engine. The element is cooled as... Read More »

How to Test a 2000 Ford E-150 Abs Wheel Sensor?

Ford introduced the Econoline or E-series van in 1961. The 2000 Ford E-150 was produced with the option of three engine choices: a 4.2-liter V-6, a 4.6-liter V-8, and a 5.4-liter V-8. The ABS contr... Read More »