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Posted: Thu Dec 25, 2008 9:55 am 
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Hi there, hoping to get my hands on an EA (or at least pre-smartlock) computer loom and sensors.

I know i can get all this from the wreckers but thought i'd give it a shot here.
Going to try an experiment on a gutless XF to see if i can wake it up. From my investigations so far nobody has ever done this. I think my air flow meter is holding me back and this is the smart way to delete it.

I'll need the whole loom off the engine with all the plugs, the loom that goes behind the dash, the ecu itself, the MAP sensor, the TPS, temp sensors etc.

I am happy to assist with removal.

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Posted: Thu Dec 25, 2008 1:29 pm 
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i have a huge box full of looms and sensors, and ecu's, im sure i can find everything you need... but im in qld...

 

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Posted: Sun Dec 28, 2008 9:39 am 
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That's cool with me if you are prepared to box it all up and post? Just hoping to get it all in one hit if i can.

Could you sort through and see what is there?

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Just did an epic day of engine transplanting. F(*&^% XF's...why did ford delete the extra gearbox mounting points! I put a C4 (C9) in there and the x-member doesn't line up grrrrr.

Hopefully with the new xflow in there it will go "just ok" but if i can wire in a map sensed EEC-IV from an EA-EB there will be no more fickle air flow meter issues and weird idle. It might actually have enough power to outrun a hyundai getz. lol

 

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Posted: Sun Dec 28, 2008 9:41 am 
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aaron_hogan wrote:
That's cool with me if you are prepared to box it all up and post? Just hoping to get it all in one hit if i can.

Could you sort through and see what is there?

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Just did an epic day of engine transplanting. F(*&^% XF's...why did ford delete the extra gearbox mounting points! I put a C4 (C9) in there and the x-member doesn't line up grrrrr.

Hopefully with the new xflow in there it will go "just ok" but if i can wire in a map sensed EEC-IV from an EA-EB there will be no more fickle air flow meter issues and weird idle. It might actually have enough power to outrun a hyundai getz. lol


yep, i will see what i can find...

 

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Posted: Sun Dec 28, 2008 11:19 am 
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I can donate an ECU and MAP to the cause.
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