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Answers to common Ford LT9513 questions

No acceleration when I press the gas
Answered by Tim
Hi there. Typically when you have acceleration problem as you are describing it can range from fuel, ignition or transmission problems. If the fuel system is clogged with excessive debris or carbon deposits, it will create acceleration problems, as will...
The engine stalls when I put the car in reverse, but if I go past reverse into drive there is not an issue.
Answered by Tim
Hi there. Usually when you shift into reverse and engage the brake it will cause the engine RPM to drop; as it's creating a load against the transmission and the engine. If the engine stalls, it may be caused by...
transmission shifting
Answered by Jay
If you are still getting the P0720 code (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/p0720-obd-ii-trouble-code-output-speed-sensor-circuit-malfunction-by-brady-klopfer) after replacing the sensor then you should verify the wiring connection first to the sensor and also in between the sensor and ECM. Remove the sensor and turn the drive shaft....
i have a ford ranger 2.2 tdci
Answered by Tim
Hi there. A check engine or warning light is illuminated after the ECU detects and error coming from sensors or electrical components. This will register an OBD-II trouble code and then illuminate the light on the dash. The only way...

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