03-24-2019, 08:15 AM
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Fort Myers, FL
What I Drive: 2013 Ford Focus Hatchback SE, 5sp
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Originally Posted by reverendhtc
My car stalled last week. The engine then would not start.
I scanned for codes and got the P0087 low fuel pressure code.
I reset the code and the engine would run for a few minutes and then stall again. Without erasing the codes the engine would not start.
Ford came to my house, but we're unable to fix suspecting the pump in the tank. The car was lifted to my dealer and it has been confirmed the in-tank pump is the culprit.
I'm wondering if there is any information on the range of part or batch numbers of Bosch pumps affected.
My car is a 2012 and in Thailand. I understand that this recall affected later vehicles from the Michigan plant, but I would be interested to see if a wider range of vehicles may have been affected.
I'll try to get a look at my old pump after it has been removed from the car.
This recall wasnít just for 2014ís. I received a letter in the mail regarding my 2013 because based on its vin number it was included in a recall regarding purge valve, fuel tank, pump, etc. I just got the car back last week after having the repairs done. Everything seemed to be functioning fine until I filled it up. I started to smell unburned fuel, the car would nose dive in between shifts, and it enentually stalled out when I came up to a stop sign. It threw codes P0131 and P2196. Which are stuck 02 sensor and fuel related I believe. Itís been running fine since I got it under 3/4 of a tank. I notified the service department and will be potentially dropping it off tomorrow after I fill it up to see if the problem persist.
'13 Oxford White Hatch 5-speed
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