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So, on the way home check engine light comes on. Code reader displays P0193. Can anyone suggest what the most logical solution could be. I have a 2005 Escape XLT with 125,000 mi and until now have not had any problems. With two kids in college, needless to say money is an issue. What would be the best case and worse case scenario along with what I could expext to pay a dealer for any repairs. Can someone please offer advice. FYI, complete tune up was done at 92,500 mi.
Update, code disappeared for awhile and now has returned. As of now I have just been clearing the code but it pops up now at least 2-3 times a week ! Truck still seems to run fine at the moment so..... am I due for a breakdown soon ! Can anyone offer any advise as to what the issue could be. Where is this sensor located on my 05 Escape/XLT 6ylinder ! Please Help !
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Had the same problem! It"s a VERY simple fix. The FRPS is right on the top, at the end of the fuel rail. It has a small vacuum tube on it and it sticks straight down onto the rail. 86 dollar part from Part Geek, takes 5 minutes to install. Go to partsgeek and search fuel pressure sensor for ford escape 2005 xlt. The FRPS tells the fuel pump how much gas to bring into the engine. If it fails completely the car won"t start. When you see the part and look under the hood you"ll see it right away.
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