14gal tank in my 06.You can not put in 12 gallons while at 1/4 tank full.
The MOST I have ever put inside my 2004 PZEV steel fuel tank was 12.7 gallons. This was just after running the car with the FUEL LOW caution light ON for about 10 miles. This just happened last week.
I will guess that all 2004-2007 PZEV cars have the same fuel tank capacity. What is the total fuel capacity? -I'm not sure.
Marde, I found your old threads on this issue. Sounds like what I'm going through.By your own words, the problem seems to show up more-so in warm weather right?
I had a similar problem and it was fixed by replacing the fuel injectors (FI's) with re-man'ed units. However, do not follow me unless you have a PZEV car that has the RED colored FI's. The PZEV red FI's have a unique 12-hole spray pattern, and these are more prone to engine stumble when (1) FI's are slightly clogged (2) when outside temps are warm/hot. My car engine was perfect in winter, and stumbled in warm-hot weather.
I tried a few types of fuel system/fuel injector cleaners. None helped. The new re-maned FI's fixed me after chasing the problem for 2 years.
No, your thread is located at the correct area of this Forum. General Tech Chat is the correct place for your thread.
Example of red FI's is here:
Wha? Who is it, who is planning to replace the FRPS?Make sure you post back when you replace that fuel rail sensor...
Not everyone. I have the original FRPS on my 2004 and I have 190K miles. Guess I am on borrowed time?Make sure you post back when you replace that fuel rail sensor. Everyone does it at about 100k. They literally last that long. Every focus I see over 100kMile has an aftermarket unit.
Wow, I did not expect that. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing this info about the FRPS being different part numbers between those very similar engines.I own a 2.3 04 and 2.0 05. Not the same.
honestly besides that all my issues have been minor/normal wear and tear. from 101k to 158k. The only other mystery issue was alignment caster was off. Replaceing both control arms revealed the cause and fixed. One was OEM worn out other@RELLIKPIR
Nvm my questions just above. I just did a search for my FRPS and can assume and/or confirm that the 2004 2.3 FRPS part number does not carry over to the 2005 2.0. Like you said, a different part for the 2005. Pls note that I said "guess" in my post above.
Sad to hear that your experiences are that MOST/ALL 2005-2007 FRPS fails at around 100K miles. -major bummer for those car owners.