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 Post subject: Ef xr6 not starting
Posted: Thu Dec 31, 2015 4:52 pm 
Oompa Loompa
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SA, Australia

Hi
Just after some advice
I have a ef xr6 and in high ambient temp it wont start.
It turns over ok so im thinking its not a smartlock module.
It has a new fuel pump and filter. It's got no throttle response and just backfires
When it finally catches.
Once it cools down its ok again.
Any ideas?
Cheers
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 Post subject: Re: Ef xr6 not starting
Posted: Fri Jan 01, 2016 2:16 am 
Oompa Loompa
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Ride: 1994 Falcon futura Wagon

Location: Elizabeth East
SA, Australia

dodgyed wrote:
Hi
Just after some advice
I have a ef xr6 and in high ambient temp it wont start.
It turns over ok so im thinking its not a smartlock module.
It has a new fuel pump and filter. It's got no throttle response and just backfires
When it finally catches.
Once it cools down its ok again.
Any ideas?
Cheers


Hey mate, it sounds like a sensor is playing up, I would try the following things

Clean out and check if the butterfly in the throttle body is moving smoothly and has the idle speed control motor been replaced or cleaned.

Next I would try the MAP (manifold absolute pressure) sensor it could do this,

Then try the IAT (intake air temperature)sensor

Then try new plugs, leads and check your connections at the coil and the wiring harness
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 Post subject: Re: Ef xr6 not starting
Posted: Fri Jan 01, 2016 2:17 am 
Oompa Loompa
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Age: 20

Posts: 25

Joined: 24th Jan 2015

Ride: 1994 Falcon futura Wagon

Location: Elizabeth East
SA, Australia

dodgyed wrote:
Hi
Just after some advice
I have a ef xr6 and in high ambient temp it wont start.
It turns over ok so im thinking its not a smartlock module.
It has a new fuel pump and filter. It's got no throttle response and just backfires
When it finally catches.
Once it cools down its ok again.
Any ideas?
Cheers


Hey mate, it sounds like a sensor is playing up, I would try the following things

Clean out and check if the butterfly in the throttle body is moving smoothly and has the idle speed control motor been replaced or cleaned.

Next I would try the MAP (manifold absolute pressure) sensor it could do this,

Then try the IAT (intake air temperature)sensor

Then try new plugs, leads and check your connections at the coil and the wiring harness
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