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post #1 of 4 Old 08-04-2012, 09:56 AM Thread Starter
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It's not really a big issue my truck is at the dealer getting the a/c looked at and they think that the motor fan is out of calibration. Well they want to tune it back to stock. I am running a full delete and don't want to put it back on. They tuned it back to stock and started it and it ran for about 10 seconds and quit then wouldn't start back up. So they loaded a tune back up and it ran fine. So is there any way to get it to run without putting that crap back on. I thought about just unhooking the egt probe and seeing if that would do the trick. Any suggest's would be great.

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After speaking with Sean at Street Diesel Performance I have a few idea's on what to do. I'm going to try and plug all the sensors in and just let them hang and see if it will at least run. I'm going up to the dealer tomorrow to try and see if I can get some magic out of this thing.

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After speaking with Sean at Street Diesel Performance I have a few idea's on what to do. I'm going to try and plug all the sensors in and just let them hang and see if it will at least run. I'm going up to the dealer tomorrow to try and see if I can get some magic out of this thing.
That honestly sounds like a terrible idea. Just put it back to stock if they won't work on it with it deleted/tuned and not risk it.

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They will work on it thats not the problem. The problem is it needs to run on the stock tune for there system to work. They think the a/c pressure solenoid is out of calibration and is not kicking on the fan to cool it down. I'm no mechanic by any means I know enough to make me dangerous. So if that sounds wrong it might be. They don't have the software to up load a off road tune from ford to the truck so it will run. So I'm going to try a different dealer.

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