Hi there. Yep - that's what it does when I disconnect the vacuum line. It goes up to 45 psi. Is this normal or does it indicate a vaccum leak? I haven't tried the carb cleaner trick yet.[/Quote:c73f6ca9f1] yes this is normall. The fuel pressure is fine for your car. This will not tell you if you have a vacum leak. Try the carb cleaner. If it does not change, you may have to take the car to the dealer and have it smoke tested to find the vacum leak let me know please if this helps[/quote:c73f6ca9f1]
Hi again. Turned out to be the air sensor. Aslo your suggestions on the wind noise were the right areas to check. Both the mirrors and the door seal on one side was the culprit.
Another question - just the other day I had a situation where I got a 'gearbox fault' (or something similar )popped up on the message center and the transmission started shifting HARD. Also a couple of other messages came up saying ACS and another saying TRAC not available. In addition the ABS light came on. This has happened twice and then goes away. The only common condition was at both times I had been driving slow for a mile or so.
This happened once on my Ford pickup but never happened again.
Saturday, October 6th, 2007 AT 12:38 PM