I have a 2000 Ford Mustang that the engine light came on. I took it in and they said it tested as the air injection system incorrect flow. The emissions and the car seem to run fine, but I can't seem to get the light to come off. The car only has 50,000 miles, and I would not think I should be having this yet. Anyone got some ideas for me?
I think there is a recall on that issue. Check with your Ford dealer.
I checked, and the only recall for that year is a park brake issue, and a seat belt issue.
I would find a good Ford man who knows exactly which sensor to replace. Ask Ford how much they will charge to fix it. They KNOW which on it is. Good luck
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