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Old 21-07-2014, 11:16 AM   #1
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Default BF F6 Fault Code

Hey guys,

Hope things are going well in the Bluepower shop!

The MIL Engine light has been on constantly for the past 2-3 days while driving around. I scanned for any fault codes and found the following fault code: P1132

I searched for the code here --> http://fordforums.com.au/dtc/dtc.php but it hasn't helped me with what might be the issue.

Are you guys able to shed any light on this code & whether it needs to be looked at asap?

Cheers,

Stephen.
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Old 21-07-2014, 08:21 PM   #2
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Default Re: BF F6 Fault Code

Hi Steve

Met you at the Albert park meet early last year I was the black roofed white f6 rspec

I had this on my BF F6 which is an O2 sensor fault
I reset a couple of times with the hand controller
Spoke to my tuner and he thinks could have been a couple of things
1 ran E100 fuel a couple of times
2 was June last year and the car had been outside while garage Renos were happening and possibly cold weather

Did not have the fault after resetting it a couple of times

Cheers jim
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Old 22-07-2014, 10:15 AM   #3
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I will give you a call Steve.. nothing to worry about
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Old 22-07-2014, 12:30 PM   #4
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I will give you a call Steve.. nothing to worry about
Thanks for the call Theo! Good to hear it is not serious


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Hi Steve

Met you at the Albert park meet early last year I was the black roofed white f6 rspec

I had this on my BF F6 which is an O2 sensor fault
I reset a couple of times with the hand controller
Spoke to my tuner and he thinks could have been a couple of things
1 ran E100 fuel a couple of times
2 was June last year and the car had been outside while garage Renos were happening and possibly cold weather

Did not have the fault after resetting it a couple of times

Cheers jim
Hey Jim,

How have you been?

Theo told me it is the O2 sensor as well so I'll just clear the fault tonight & hopefully that will sort it out for good!

Thanks for your input though mate

Cheers,

Stephen
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Old 23-07-2014, 01:25 PM   #5
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Hi Steve

All good getting to grips with the GTE which is on a respectful 380rwkw
looking at coilovers next all superpro bushes and probably fuel pump.
Next will be the cooler/pulley change injectors and maybe E85 to get into the 400s
When you guys going for a cruise again? would be good to catch up.
I see Julian has his F6 up for sale passed him on Bell St Monday
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Old 29-07-2014, 11:40 PM   #6
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Little of topic. I wouldnt recommend going all super pro bushes or all nolathane had setup in my last car, was noisey hard horrible to drive.

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Old 30-07-2014, 08:03 AM   #7
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Brad we find the Super pro bushes the best of all the upgraded ones on offer. The Nolathane are the hardest so they transmit the most noise.

Atleast Superpro offer a lifetime warranty (in the right combo) with the falcon rear end bushes. In this combo we have had no issues and I have not seen a failure from them yet.
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Awesome thanks mate. Sorry for mentioning another brand of bushes didn't realise this thread was in your section.
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