2014 Ford Focus Canister Purge Valve

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        Duralast Canister Purge Valve PV964 for 2014 Ford Focus
        • Part # PV964
        • SKU # 563823

        Notes: Solenoid

        • PRICE: 58.99
        • Housing Material: Plastic
        • Connector / Terminal Configuration: 1 Female Connector / 2 Male Blade

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        Dorman Canister Purge Valve 911-777 for 2014 Ford Focus
        • Part # 911-777
        • SKU # 908155

        Notes: Vapor Canister Purge Valve. Valve only.

        • PRICE: 69.99
        • Terminal Gender: 2 Blade
        • Connector Gender: 2 Blade
        • Terminal Type: 2 Blade

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      Worked perfectly

      Drake

      in 3 months

      This part was very easy to replace and relieved my check engine light immediately after install. The tabs at the connection are a little difficult to remove but it’s not too bad.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2014 Ford Focus ST

      This part was very easy to replace and relieved my check engine light immediately after install. The tabs at the connection are a little difficult to remove but it’s not too bad.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2014 Ford Focus ST

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      Free diagnosis to cheap repair!

      Tony

      in 9 months

      Same quality as oem and easy to install. Did the trick with quick noticeable results. This part restored my fuel economy.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? Ford Focus 2014

      Same quality as oem and easy to install. Did the trick with quick noticeable results. This part restored my fuel economy.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? Ford Focus 2014

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      Fixed my 2014 Ford Focus Recall, easily by myself.

      Jason

      in a year

      Had a recall service notice for my wife's 2014 Ford Focus. A sticking Cannister Purge Valve can cause an excessive vacuum to be created in the gas tank, leading to engine idle problems, engine power problems, erroneous fuel tank gauge readings (as well as Miles to Empty estimates), engine stalling problems, engine starting problems, and if left unchecked, potentially deforming the plastic gas tank! From what I understand, Ford service centers will update the computer software to better detect a sticking valve, and send an engine light warning code earlier if there's problems. They will also replace the valve if it's malfunctioning, and replace the gas tank if it's deformed. I would've let Ford fix the issue myself, but I've heard horror stories about Ford doing recall work, messing with computer programming, and generally making things worse than they were to begin with. My own father has a newer F-150 that he took in for a service recall (computer & shifting problems, look up "lead frame"). Before the service work, the truck drove and shifted great with only a tiny issue occasionally. After the service work, it shifts super harshly and Ford won't do anything about it. The car drove great, so I really didn't want them touching it. This part just needs replaced every 50,000 miles or so. And it was super easy to replace! Took all of 10-20 minutes with basic hand tools. And, no more issues afterwards. And I can still have Ford do the service work down the road if needed.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2014 Ford Focus

      Had a recall service notice for my wife's 2014 Ford Focus. A sticking Cannister Purge Valve can cause an excessive vacuum to be created in the gas tank, leading to engine idle problems, engine power problems, erroneous fuel tank gauge readings (as well as Miles to Empty estimates), engine stalling problems, engine starting problems, and if left unchecked, potentially deforming the plastic gas tank! From what I understand, Ford service centers will update the computer software to better detect a sticking valve, and send an engine light warning code earlier if there's problems. They will also replace the valve if it's malfunctioning, and replace the gas tank if it's deformed. I would've let Ford fix the issue myself, but I've heard horror stories about Ford doing recall work, messing with computer programming, and generally making things worse than they were to begin with. My own father has a newer F-150 that he took in for a service recall (computer & shifting problems, look up "lead frame"). Before the service work, the truck drove and shifted great with only a tiny issue occasionally. After the service work, it shifts super harshly and Ford won't do anything about it. The car drove great, so I really didn't want them touching it. This part just needs replaced every 50,000 miles or so. And it was super easy to replace! Took all of 10-20 minutes with basic hand tools. And, no more issues afterwards. And I can still have Ford do the service work down the road if needed.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2014 Ford Focus