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03-22-2015 04:02 PM
Dave One Sorry to be lazy. Is XS4Z-6N664-BA good for the 1.8 Zetec-E as well as the 2.0? I fancy getting the heat insulated version?

Thanks,
Dave
02-27-2015 04:39 PM
beyond_theft dont think it has ever been changed i could try it but im stuck on thinking its my timing all my problems started after the belt got changed i knoticed it about not even a week after i think it jumped. Also if its the timing im just going to go buy another engine cost less and its at 280,000km im gonna test my egr and dpfe see if there is any change i have access to a mechanic shop just no help im relying on you guys so i can keep my wagon

were you having the same issue before the fuel filter? i can also take a video of it running and give you a link on youtube.
02-27-2015 11:42 AM
MadFF When was the last time you replaced the fuel filter? It made a noticeable difference when I replaced mine.
02-26-2015 06:21 PM
beyond_theft ive replaced this hose, still stumble and rough idle cleand the maf and iac valve. I'm doing the mounts but i really dont think it will help. Scanned it has no codes ive tested the idle to figure out when it startes to be rough and sputter starts around 700 and stops at 1100 i used a snap on scanner. I think it is my timing belt could have jumped? i dont think its running lean cant smell unburnt fuel.. any suggestions?
01-22-2014 07:58 AM
qdeezie I installed the new hose last night and low and behold, the stumble is GONE!!! The car runs like a totally different vehicle now and it accelerates much better too.
01-20-2014 09:12 AM
qdeezie I'm another victim of the bad hose. I reached around the back of the engine and sure enough, the hose was collapsed. I used a pocket knife to cut it off and a screwdriver to pop the clamp. I'm waiting on my new hose (with the heat wrap around it) to come in.

I'm glad I found this thread.
08-18-2013 04:27 PM
smorgasborgnine
Error code P2195 on 03 ZX5

Was getting error code P2195 on 2003 ZX5 Focus my wife drives. I replaced fuel filter, upstream O2 sensor, cleaned MAF and throttle, still no luck. I finally took to the 'net and found this thread. It turned out the rear PCV/Crankshaft hose was indeed the problem.

Unfortunately, today was a Sunday so I had no choice but to "frankenstein" a hose together that would work. I just used hoses and some elbows from off the shelf at my local Autozone. Hope this helps someone else, as the car is running better than I've ever seen it.
04-04-2013 12:06 AM
amc49 A bad TPS switch can really mess with idle and off idle too, just went there last week. Put a manual TPS on ATX to avoid buying the TB, works perfectly now and idle trouble is gone.
04-03-2013 09:12 PM
larrydoood This could be causing a lag or stumble on quick acceleration:
http://www.focushacks.com/mod/DPFE_S...GR_Information
02-18-2013 10:59 PM
jakeru It's been about a month and the Focus has been consistently driving like a dream under all conditions!

Just replaced the front brake pads (Mintex A/F from BAT) and front swaybar end links (Duralast from autozone).
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