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Ford Escape 2009 XLT ODBII Code P013E P014A
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Sad Ford Escape 2009 XLT ODBII Code P013E P014A
Hello:

My vehicle Ford Escape 2009 XLT V6 3.0 Liters, throwing me this error P013E and P014A, I have installed in:
1.5 L / M
300mV front oxygen sensors
200mv rear sensors.

any suggestions
11-05-2012 07:25 AM
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The numbers on the error codes are only from 1-9. Those error codes with the letters can't be correct. How did you get those error codes?

P0130 through P0145 are all codes for o2 sensor problems. So it sounds like it's trying to tell you the data you need. But there is no such thing as a code of P013E or P14A. Please try to re-read the codes.

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11-07-2012 09:21 AM
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(11-07-2012 09:21 AM)mike Wrote:  The numbers on the error codes are only from 1-9. Those error codes with the letters can't be correct. How did you get those error codes?

P0130 through P0145 are all codes for o2 sensor problems. So it sounds like it's trying to tell you the data you need. But there is no such thing as a code of P013E or P14A. Please try to re-read the codes.
Greetings, thank you very much for responding, I have the manual for the Ford Escape and the same reads these codes come from that.

DTC P013E - SENSOR DELAYED RESPONSE - RICH TO LEAN (BANK
1, SENSOR 2).

Description: During a deceleration fuel shut-off (DFSO) event, the powertrain control
module (PCM) monitors the rear heated oxygen sensor (HO2S) signal to
determine if the signal is stuck in range. The PCM expects the signal to
exceed a calibrated rich or lean value within a calibrated amount of time.
If the signal voltage remains less than the rich value after a number of
occurrences, the PCM intrusively controls the fuel system rich over
increasing time periods in an attempt to force the signal to greater than
the calibrated rich value. The test fails when after three consecutive
intrusive attempts the signal cannot be forced greater than the calibrated
rich value. Also, if the signal voltage remains greater than the lean value after a calibrated amount of time with the fuel injectors off, a counter is
increments. The test fails when after three consecutive occurrences the
signal is not less than the calibrated lean value.

DTC P014A: - SENSOR DELAYED RESPONSE - RICH TO LEAN (BANK 2, SENSOR 2). See the description for DTC P013E.

Possible Causes:  Exhaust leaks before or near the HO2S
 Aftermarket exhaust accessories or performance modifications
 Ethanol content in the fuel
 Circuit intermittent
 Damaged HO2S.

At this point if I put no more lean or rich fuel.

300mV front sensors
200mv rear sensors
11-07-2012 09:43 AM
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What kind of EFIE do you have? Is it a Digital EFIE from fuelsaver-mpg.com or dry-cells.com? Or is it an analog EFIE from someone else? That's vital for me to know about the upstream setting you have.

If you have an analog upstream EFIE installed, I would first cut back on the upstream voltage. Cut it back to about 200 mv or so, at least until we get rid of the codes.

200 mv shouldn't be too much for the downstream, but the codes are telling us that the signal is too high downstream. So lets cut that back to 150 mv.

What we want to do is get rid of the codes first, then we can tweak the EFIE higher to see if we can improve fuel mileage without setting codes again.

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(11-07-2012 09:59 AM)mike Wrote:  What kind of EFIE do you have? Is it a Digital EFIE from fuelsaver-mpg.com or dry-cells.com? Or is it an analog EFIE from someone else? That's vital for me to know about the upstream setting you have.

If you have an analog upstream EFIE installed, I would first cut back on the upstream voltage. Cut it back to about 200 mv or so, at least until we get rid of the codes.

200 mv shouldn't be too much for the downstream, but the codes are telling us that the signal is too high downstream. So lets cut that back to 150 mv.

What we want to do is get rid of the codes first, then we can tweak the EFIE higher to see if we can improve fuel mileage without setting codes again.
I buy http://www.fuelsaver-mpg.com/digital-nar...gital-efie my EFIE is Quad Digital EFIE, properly installed, I'll be down to 150mV rear sensors.
11-07-2012 10:11 AM
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Ok. Also lower the front EFIE voltage. That digital EFIE setting is not aggressive enough. Lets get it down to about 200 mv and see what we have.

What kind of HHO genny do you have? How many amps do you run?

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(11-07-2012 10:26 AM)mike Wrote:  Ok. Also lower the front EFIE voltage. That digital EFIE setting is not aggressive enough. Lets get it down to about 200 mv and see what we have.

What kind of HHO genny do you have? How many amps do you run?

I'm using version 4.8:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Most-Efficient-H...3a6f367be8

working to 8-9 amps produces 1.5 L / M.
What settings do you recommend at this time I have sensors front 300mv and rear 200mV.

You recommend configuring sensors front 200mv and rear 150mv?
11-07-2012 10:55 AM
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Yes. That would be the correct settings. Basically we are backing off on the rear (where we got the code), and adding some more to the front, which was on a very very conservative setting.

That cell should work fine. Are you running it at 9 amps? Are you measuring the amp draw?

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RE: Ford Escape 2009 XLT ODBII Code P013E P014A
Greetings Mike:

I can help telling me what kind of MAP and MAF has my 2009 Ford Escape XLT V6 3 Liters, if frequency or voltage
11-19-2012 10:47 AM
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I'm sorry. I can't tell you. My service almost never gives me that information. But I looked up yours to be sure. It doesn't specify.

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