His is a custom spec we have made for us
Just happened to my gen1 thanks for sharingWell, in 6 years of ownership, I have my first problems.
1) the vacuum pump oil leak, this can happen with high milesage but also I am running more boost, so whos to say the crank case/internal pressure didn't cause this gasket to fail.
2) Last Saturday my HVAC fan went nuts
3) previously I had the door lock on driver side sticking. I put a little wd40 on it and it has never had a problem since. So I do not count that as an issue.
For 6 years, that aint bad. I have had a tune almost the entire time. Never one single misfire. Catch can and intercooler as I said since day one...
So, last saturday I was out doing some errands and had the ac on. When I got home, i turned it off. Came back to truck a few hours later and the fan started blowing almost as high as it could (from the sound). This is with the HVAC system completely shut off, pretty odd right?. Turning it on, did nothing. Adjusting the knob did nothing. The AC button would toggle the ac on and off still. The setting between vent and foot would still toggle. So i knew nothing was wrong there. This issue gave no warning signs at all.
Did some google searches and apparently this is a common problem, very quick to find. The blower control module fails. There is no resistor in it, so it should not fail, it is "solid state" but it commonly fails. Lucky for us, this thing is right behind the glove box. I confirmed this was this issue by simply unplugging the plug and the fan instantly shut off. I ordered the motorcraft part and replaced yesterday, fan works as normal now.
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Hit it in with a small dead blow and they seat all the waySee post #217 in this thread. Another member had pictures of the the issue I explained under problems in post 217:
1. Stock, grove edge that hooks on prongs is not into the prongs stock.
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After you bend the bracket, you can see the edge is all the way in the quick fitting.
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In my case I pulled the passenger ac and line, bent it. The driver side not hidden behind anything, put a long screw driver through fenderwell and hit it with hammer and it popped in. Just trying to post as much info for anyone who sees in future. Bottom line, the block quick connect o rings will break seal when your pulling line out at turbo. I suggest putting new fittings in plus modifying bracket.Hit it in with a small dead blow and they seat all the way
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What is difference? I feed a snake camera in the catch can and see its chambers and design. You could just drill it on passenger side and connect to that side. I dont want the hole anymore in the tube.His is a custom spec we have made for us
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It's an amazing difference.Crap ! I can't imagine having 20 psi boost ! My 15 psi gets me to the speed limiter VERY FAST
I guess it working? 🤷♂️ It will need more miles to see if anything drains out. This weekend i am going to add quick connect to the passenger head. As you see the hose is barely hanging on but it was for testing, not a lot of pressure on it to worry about it coming off.How’s the can working? Does it seem to actually vent the crankcase more?
I like that site, reference it pretty often.Hptuners is def awesome. Ive been using it to flash some of my own tunes here and there.
Check this out:
There are some difference in the 2011-2014’s but pretty small and they cover most of them.
What this really helps with is understanding what the Torque source, airflow source and spark source numbers mean when you log them. That will ultimately help you figure out what is running the show in certain conditions.