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post #1 of 5 Old 10-29-2012, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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For 2 of the last 3 days my truck has been smoking like crazy cold and warm. It's like a bluish/grey colour and I'm also showing the good old p0611 as my dtc and it does come back on cold starts when cleared. I haven't checked voltages yet but obv i am having an issue with it. I also checked my trip odometer and it shows a wooping 85km since last fill up and i'm at about 1/8th of a tank now (lol i dono if thats right or not if maybe I accidently reset it i don't recall). Anyways just wanted to know if anybody else has experienced heavy smoke with a bad ficm or not? I was also considering sending my ficm to ED @ ficmrepair and just wanted any feed back from anybody who may of dealt with him, so far I saw good feed back from links on his website. Thanks.
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post #2 of 5 Old 10-29-2012, 06:30 PM
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i used ed with ficm repair. sent it out and got itback fast! great guy easy to work with to. he answered all my questions. and had mine done about a yearago and no problem
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yes I would get the ficm fixed brand new cost me $1500. then my glow plug module started to go and then it smoked that cost $250. before you send it away I would spend the $100 bucks and get a ford dealer to check the ficm and the glow plug module.
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I got a half shell that I could send out and have repaired by Ed at ficm repair.com and have him ship it to you when it's done if you want to buy mine.

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i already got a spare ficm i will be throwing in tomorrow however I just want to see if anybody else has experienced lots of smoke from a bad ficm. tempatures have been between -3 and -15 celcius
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