Ford Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Dear customer, about the module and the ECU , when a module is defective, you can change it and it sorted out the problem. But with the reprogramming the technician did if the problem is sort out, you would not need to change the module.
The immobilizer could get deprogrammed but at the moment you change a module to prevent further problems we should reprogram the ECU and make a factory reset.
I made a mistake and send to you the answer of another customer that have a transit too. My fault, I am so sorry.
The technician give you a good advice because when we have random indicators lit that are not relate esch other indicates an ECU deprogrammed. If the problem before reprogram persists it may mean a defective module ( this modules belongs to the ECU and each module is dedicated to certain system for example the electric).
Dear customer, my apologies for my delay! I could not get online because no was traveling.When you started on the vehicle and feed the admission with fuel the car keeps working normally?
Ok dear customer, keep me update!
Hello dear customer, what about the fuel regulator? it looks like it is losing pressure somewhere and it makes me thing in the regulator.
Hello my friend, Sorry for my absence. I think that the fuel system can be rule out a little aside and focus in the module that may be causing your failure. I would like you to indicate now if the vehicle has an error code, an you give me the code? if the immobilizer module is activated the vehicle will not turn on because it disables the starting of the injection pump, another possibility is that the ecu is not sending the correct communication to the Injection pump or to the injectors themselves, which would be a problem to achieve ignition, but I would like you to first tell me the error codes to see in a better way is happening.