A trouble or error code of P1151 on a Ford Expedition indicates an overheated exhaust oxygen sensor. This may occur because of a problem in the sensor or a problem in another system that overheats the sensor.
A leaking exhaust system, an electrical problem or problems with the fuel system are all possible causes of the P1151 error code. None of these areas are likely to prevent the car from driving properly in the short term. Diagnosis by an experienced mechanic is the best way for Ford Expedition owners to figure out the exact nature of the problem. Ford Expeditions manufactured between 1997 and 1999 have a known issue with an airflow sensor that sometimes causes a P1151 code.Learn More
Press the code numbers on the door of the Ford Expedition to unlock the door, and then lift the door handle to open the door. If you want to use your own code for the door, you must follow a few more steps.Full Answer >
One of the most common causes of a check engine light on the Ford Taurus is the failure of an oxygen sensor. Bankrate says this was the most common car repair in 2013, accounting for 7.55 percent of all repairs. A failed oxygen sensor often robs a vehicle of fuel economy by as much as 40 percent. Common causes of failure include use of E-85 fuel and engines burning oil.Full Answer >
Code P0316 on a Ford means the power train control module detected a misfire shortly after startup. This code requires a check for appropriate technical service bulletins, as there are some bulletins that involve reprogramming the power train control module.Full Answer >
If an automatic transmission has trouble shifting gears, it could be because the transmission fluid is low, the fluid is the wrong viscosity or the throttle cables need adjusting. If these factors are not the problem, then it is best to take the vehicle to a licensed mechanic for service.Full Answer >