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Old 07-11-2003, 08:06   #1 (permalink)
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KOEO and KOER tests

i got a 519 on KOEO and a 521 on KOER ....what can i do about it...? Any help will be really appreciated it

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Old 07-11-2003, 11:22   #2 (permalink)
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Re: KOEO and KOER tests

First of all do you know what these codes mean?

Each car model seems to have a different code list. Sorry I can't help, there are no such codes listed for my Ford. Maybe another Contour owner will help.
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i know what the code means...what idont know is how to solve it... :(
519 - Power Steering Pressure switch/sensor circuit open KOEO

521 - Power Steering Pressure switch/sensor did not change states KOER
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Re: KOEO and KOER tests

Me again, I see you are from NJ, this board is in Australia, and the time now is 5 o'clock in the morning, so not much chance of getting an answer for about 12 hrs.

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Re: KOEO and KOER tests

New power steering switch - assuming you've still got fluid!
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Re: KOEO and KOER tests

actually the 521 is a 521 Wheel not turned during test or Power Steering Pressure switch/sensor did not change states.

Check for fluid levels. Then check to see if the switch is blown. If so then replace. If not then I suggest you get the rack looked at.
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... and of course make sure the wheel is turned during the test.

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