07 Mercury Milan Engine Codes

Asked by Oct 08, 2017 at 11:01 PM about the 2007 Mercury Milan V6 Premier

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

SO, i am sure this happens to a lot of people. Your vehicle is only having
minor issues, so you go to have them fix... but you get more issues after the
garage "fixes" them.

When in for a changing of spark plugs and to fix the cold air. We get it back,
seemly to be working but the next morning, we hear the engine ticking. Took
it back and now it's somehow has a possibly of needing a new engine or this
$250.00 miracle liquid to remove the debris of whatever is on the piston.

OK, so now we believe all this is fix, a day (after several days of them having
the car in shop) after we get it back, the engine light has come on.

Engine Codes:
PO117, PO 316, PO 119, & P 1729.

We are told, the 117 is temp sensor, the 316 is a misfire, the 119 is engine
coolant sensor, and 1729 is an overdrive drum sensor. (However some
websites say this is a low 4x4 issues ... which we don't have 4x4 on this car.)

Granted, the car has 131,000 miles, but any tips or help on fixing this?

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