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Q:I am getting a P0054 on a Ford Escape Limited; B1 S2 circuit and the PCU has been ruled out. I have replaced the O2 Sensor, but keep getting this code, so my question is, does someone have the color codes for the original Female connector? I am trying to trace the wiring back to the harnesses and have been able to trace one of the White wires and the Gray wire from the sensor, but I cannot get a connection for the other white and the black wire. I cannot see the top of the connector at this point and it is well covered in tape, so I cannot see which wire colors run from the White and Black (from the Sensor)/ top of the female connector that I cannot see connectivity from. Also note that this is obviously the Female connector from the picture, but the specification Tab says Male ?
A:Hi Randy, I'm glad to assist you! I'd recommend purchasing a Haynes repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on Wiring diagrams, locations, etc. As far as the connector gender, you're right. I will have that attribute changed. Thanks for pointing that out!
Q:what is the wiring schematics for ford explorer 2004 explorer v6 4.0l engine i just purchased waiting for the part just need to know the schematics being color code is diffrent?
A:I'm happy to help, Mikey! Wiring schematics for your 2004 Ford Explorer 4.0L V6 will be available in a repair manual for your vehicle (Haynes Part No. 36025). Wiring diagrams for some vehicles may also be available through enthusiast forums for your vehicle.
Q:which wires do I connect to the wires on my 1990 f250? I have a black, pink and 2 green wires. when I put connector beside other the wires don't match should I just connect wires same as they were cut or which colors go where
A:Hello Dusty! Glad that I could be of help! Because a certain connector may be used in more than one location, the wire colors won't match, even though the connector will plug in. At that point, it's best to go one at a time and put the wires in the same relative position; A to A, B to B and so on.
Q:Trying to connect the BWD Oxygen sensor pigtail to my 1996 Ford COntour GL. 2.0 L 4 cylinder. The wires are different colors. Does anyone know which wires of the pigtail mathch with the Purple, white/blue, brown/blue, and black/orange wires of the Ford? We just bought the car and it has the 4 cut wires and is not connected to the sensor.
A:With reference to your inquiry on the BWD Oxygen Sensor Connector - Part No. PT5526 and wire colors of the 1996 Ford Contour GL. 2.0 L 4 cylinder, we have forwarded the schematic representation to your email address. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.