Ford Kuga: Symptoms of Bad Shocks or Struts

Shocks and struts typically don’t last for the lifetime of a vehicle, If your Ford Kuga is experiencing poor handling, excessive wear on tires and suspension components, or a jarring noise, it likely has bad shocks or struts. If your Kuga is experiencing any steering problems, it’s vital to check your car out immediately, as … Read more

Ford Kuga Tire Pressure Light: Causes + How to Fix

The TPMS light indicates that your Ford Kuga’s tire pressure is above or below the minimum threshold set by the manufacturer.   The tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) light is the most common warning light on a modern vehicle. If you have a TPMS warning light, your car’s tire pressure must be checked. If your Ford … Read more

Ford Kuga P0174: Meaning, Causes, How to Fix

One of the most common trouble codes with the Ford Kuga is P0174. It indicates that your Ford Kuga is running lean on the bank two side of the engine.  P0174 and P0171 (fuel trim lean bank one) are the most frequently seen air/fuel mixture-related codes. If they appear together, it reduces the list of … Read more

Ford Kuga Horn Not Working: 5 Most Common Causes

A functioning horn is one of a vehicle’s most critical safety features. If your Ford Kuga’s horn isn’t working, there are a few potential causes. We’ll cover each of them, starting with the easiest and most likely issues and working from there. A test light can make diagnosing a horn that isn’t working much easier. … Read more

Ford Kuga P0100: Meaning, Causes, How to Fix

P0100 is a generic OBD2 trouble code that indicates an issue with your Ford Kuga’s Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor.   This code is usually caused by a MAF sensor that is faulty, dirty or a wiring issue related to it. It may be tempting to replace your Kuga’s MAF sensor without checking the electrical system … Read more

Ford Kuga Sloshing Sound (How to Find and Fix)

A mysterious noise you don’t know the source of is one of the most stressful things that can happen during vehicle ownership. If your Ford Kuga is making a sloshing sound while driving it, this is the guide for you. If your Kuga makes a sound like sloshing water while driving, this is undoubtedly a … Read more

Ford Kuga AC Smells Bad: Smell ID + How to Fix

Does your Ford Kuga’s air conditioning smell bad? This article will provide you with some quick and comprehensive list of causes to help eliminate your car’s foul odor.   This guide is broken down into three sections:  AC Smell Reference Table Smell Type Potential Causes Sweet Leaking Engine Coolant, Leaking Refrigerant Mold, Mildew, Fungus Clogged Drain … Read more

Ford Kuga P0020: Meaning, Causes, Diagnosis

P0020 is a rarely seen OBD II trouble code that can affect the Ford Kuga. It’s a variable valve timing (VVT) related code, indicating a wiring issue with the bank 2 camshaft actuator “A.” P0020 is often by low or sludgy oil. Check your Kuga’s oil as soon as possible. P0020 is a generic code, … Read more

Ford Kuga P0001: Causes + How to Fix

P0001 is a rarely seen OBD II error code. It indicates an issue with your Ford Kuga’s Fuel Volume Regulator (FVR) Control System. P0001 is usually caused by a wiring problem or issue with the fuel volume regulator. The most difficult issue with diagnosing the fuel system is getting to the parts.   P0001 is a … Read more