Ford Territory: High Oil Pressure → Causes + Diagnosis

If your Ford Territory is experiencing unusually high oil pressure, you need to find out what’s causing it right away. Unusually high oil pressure can indicate serious problems, such as a blocked oil passage, or a broken pressure relief valve.  It should be treated like you have no oil pressure until you verify what is … Read more Ford Territory: High Oil Pressure → Causes + Diagnosis

Ford Territory P0606:  ECM/PCM → Processor Fault

P0606 is a generic OBD II code.  Which means that it has the same meaning for the Ford Territory that it would for any other vehicle.  If your Territory has P0606 it’s highly likely that the ECM/PCM (engine or powertrain control module, they mean the same thing) has failed. The PCM regularly performs a self … Read more Ford Territory P0606:  ECM/PCM → Processor Fault

Ford Territory P0603: Keep Alive Memory → Error

P0603 is a generic OBD2 trouble code.  It indicates that your Ford Territory’s keep alive memory has had an error. Keep alive memory is the data that your Territory’s PCM (Powertrain Control Module) has learned about how your engine conditions.  All of this sensor and driving input data is used to keep it operating efficiently. … Read more Ford Territory P0603: Keep Alive Memory → Error

Ford Territory P0522: Oil Pressure Sensor/Switch → Low Input

  P0522 is an OBD2 diagnostic code that is triggered when your Ford Territory detects that the value being sent from the oil pressure sensor is below its normal operating ranged. It is typically caused by a bad oil pressure sensor or an issue with the oil system, and should be diagnosed and fixed right … Read more Ford Territory P0522: Oil Pressure Sensor/Switch → Low Input

Ford Territory P0336: Crankshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance

The Ford Territory utilizes a crankshaft position sensor (CKP) in order to regulate the engine timing. This sensor uses a reluctor to gauge the position of the crank. When the Territory’s ECM determines that the signal coming from this sensor is out of range, it’ll throw the P0336 trouble code.  P0336 is most commonly caused … Read more Ford Territory P0336: Crankshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance

Ford Territory P0125: Insufficient Coolant Temp for Closed Loop Fuel Control

P0125 is a generic OBD-II code.  If your Ford Territory has registered it, means that the ECM/PCM is getting a signal from the engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) that the engine is not warm enough to enter closed loop fuel control.  P0125 is usually caused by a bad thermostat, low coolant, or a bad ECT … Read more Ford Territory P0125: Insufficient Coolant Temp for Closed Loop Fuel Control

Ford Territory P0191:  Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor → Circuit “A” → Range/Performance

  P0191 is a common OBD-II code.  It indicates that the fuel rail pressure sensor is receiving a signal that is outside of its normal range.  This is a generic code, which indicates that it has the same meaning for the Ford Territory as it would any other vehicle.     P0191 is typically caused … Read more Ford Territory P0191:  Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor → Circuit “A” → Range/Performance

Ford Territory P0123: TPS “A” Circuit → High Input

  P0123 is a relatively common OBD-II code.  It’s generic, which means it has the same meaning for the Ford Territory as it would any other vehicle. It’s an OBDII code that references issues with the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS). It is relatively serious problem since it can leave your vehicle stranded or severely limited. The … Read more Ford Territory P0123: TPS “A” Circuit → High Input