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post #1 of 5 Old 11-04-2009, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
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Hey everyone, this morning finally hooked up the modus to figure out what injecter was crapping out when it was cold, number 5 was. so while at work today ordered myself a new injector. then afterr work i went to town, 2 hours later i was starting her up, runs much better, and the SCT is much more effective now . Only thing that was in a pita was when i lost one of the valve cover bolts i searched and search, yep it was right on my tool box where i left it but it wasn't bad overall
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i think somethin might be wrong with a couple of mine also, its running pretty rough at startup..how can i find out for sure?

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only way you could do it is take it to a ford dealer, or some independent garage who has a snap on modus. luckily where i work we have a modus, so I just killed the cylinders, and listened to which one didn't change how it idled
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is it pretty hard to remove the injectors on your own? what has to be taken off?

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actually not really, just need to gain access to the valve covers, i did 5 which is on the passenger side, i just removed the turbo induction tube, coil controller, and a few odd and end things such as wiring and map hose out of the way. i could sree if you were doing number one it might be easier to get the alt. out of the way. but i'm a mechanic, so it might take you a little longer, but it could be done by someone without any special tools
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