Thanks for your help. I did read your previous post but must have missed the dealer replacing the other sensor.
Do you recall which one the dealer replaced (part #/location) vs. the one you tackled at the fuel rail?
Thanks for your response. After the latest stall the engine did finally throw a CEL. Having the code checked over the weekend but hoping the sensor(s) are the culprit.
I was under the impression that there are two separate sensors which could be to blame based on posts here. One located in the fuel rail and the other (possibly?) located near fuel pump - low & high pressure sensors? Can anyone confirm - and which is which?
Both parts are fuel pressure sensors.
You only need one for your vehicle. Either one will work. I would choose the BU5Z9F972B.
Part is located on the fuel rail. Make sure engine is totally cold and only use hand tools (to avoid a spark).
Have you used any diagnostic OBD2 scanner to check for fault codes before deciding to do this replacement?
I too have this same stalling problem which is becoming more and more severe - 2013 Titanium AWD 63,000 KM
Can anyone tell me what the difference is between these two sensors - BM5Z9F972A & BU5Z9F972B? Which one is which and where are they located?
I read here that some have replaced one or the other. I am considering just replacing both (if they are actually unique parts).
Thanks in advance!
Need some help before having to take this to a ford service dept and paying 100$ for an inspection just to tell me something I already know.
From what I'm finding on parts sites it looks like this hose harness is part of the vapor canister purge valve assembly. Of course this information isn't showing up on the ford parts site....
Hoses are fine, the plastic valve or nipple that this harness is attached to is where i have an issue. Front right corner of the engine bay. I was curious to see if anyone has had the same issue, this is a used car and the previous owner had some JB weld holding the valve together so that the hose can clip on. Obviously it has failed and I'm trying to see if the valve itself is replaceable before going in there and trying to pull things apart. And if this part is not removable what would you guys recommend my next move be? 2016 SE 1.5L ecoboost
Thanks, everyone. I'll have a service tech ride with me the next time I drop it off at Ford. When this first started I tried removing every loose item in the car and completely emptying it out in hopes it was something in one of the doors or storage areas but of course I couldn't get lucky enough for that to be the issue. I've tried just living with the noise but the longer I hear it the more it irritates me.