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Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2005 12:57 pm 
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Also found ONLY genuine thermostats are any use, aftermarket ones tend Not to be much good
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Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2005 1:00 pm 
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How much are genuine ones worth from ford $$$?

 

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Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2005 1:26 pm 
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Not sure Have been out of the repair business for a while check with your local Blue oval parts distributor :P Whatever the price for this item it is well worth it as I have had to replace too many aftermarket ones and my repair insurance was getting tired of paying to fix blown head gaskets undar my workshop warranty :shock: :evil:

 

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Posted: Thu Apr 14, 2005 10:02 am 
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Greenmachine wrote:
Extremely hot exhaust can mean the cat is clogged.


thats the next port of call... i think the cat may well be stuffed as well. the oxy sensor went in yesterday. smoother power, more of it :D, and consumption has dropped about 10% so far (only 200 kms so far, but still above half a tank, looking good, about 500 out of a city tank im guessing)

im going to get myself a new hiflow cat, pacey 4480's (anyone put these on the au vct yet?) and redback 2½ exhaust, and some sort of pod setup with the madrel intake im getting, along with the tickford snorkel. setting me back a total of just over 1300 :( thats still a month or two away though :'(

as for the exhaust, i still have the burn mark on my leg. i accidentaly touched the tip of teh exhaust and it sillzed the f**k out of me. first car ive ever seen that happen on.

finally, ecu wise, any easy way of testing it? i really think its fine, but you guys have instilled doubt in my mind! :S

 

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 Post subject: Re: How to test for a faulty MAP sensor
Posted: Fri Sep 11, 2015 2:53 pm 
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I have a Ford EF

Issue is with the iddle not dropping back to 800 rpm or so when coasting.

It stays at a minimum of around 1,100 and will only drop below that if I come to a stop where it stays at higher revs for a few seconds before then dropping back.

Any thoughts?

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