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What color do you need?
FRPP wires have been the source of misfires, which were solved by using the OEM wires. I am sure there are many users of FRPP wires that have had...
If/when you remove the intake manifolds to clean the IMRC plates, I would recommend bench testing the IMRC controller to validate that it is...
Probably a leak down test.
The darkness of #8 likely confirms the P0308 misfire code.
No clue, but since you think it is PCV related, have you replaced the PCV valve?
Maybe check with a shop that has experience with T-45 rebuilding and see what they have to say.
What brand of plug wires? I ask because many forum members have had problems with FRPP wires.
Link here for Red Monster.
Not an expert on code readers, but I think some readers can access older codes even if the engine light has gone out. In other words, if the light...
Does the engine do anything unusual (i.e. does it sound normal) if you rev it up from idle when in neutral?
Monitor the RPM range where this happens to see if it is consistent or not.
My 97 Cobra VC label says JJ55 for springs. Decoding the part numbers above yields Fronts (JJ) are F4ZC-JA and the rears (55) are F4ZC-AEA I think.
I can't be sure, but I am suspicious that Ford's parts drawings show a lot of dumbing down or supersedes of part numbers from related models as...
The aftermarket springs are different between coupe and convertible, but I can't confirm what Ford did for OE.
eBay unless someone on the forum has some saved. Which car and year?
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Nice Mystic - welcome.
You should also be able to find the part numbers listed on your service receipts from the dealer. Match those to the removed part.
Ask to see the removed pump when they put the next one in. Track the part number.
Wow - beautiful work! Thanks for all the HQ photos as well.
Holy shit - beautiful!
It does sound like your IMRCs are working properly. The transition RPM is 3250.
Have you tested for vacuum leaks yet?