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post #32821 of 34059 Old 06-08-2019, 02:41 PM
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Well the glove box latch came in and if anyone else has the same issue, the handle / latch is the same from the 99-07 even though there are different part numbers. Now I just have to figure out how to glue the door skin back onto the box, anyone got some insight as to what glue I should use?
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For gluing skins/vinyls/etc on solid objects, I'd prolly use 3M 77 adhesive.
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...thats odd any idea as to why?
Probably just experimenting with inferred values. I could see a MAF sensor being a reliability issue. They were also trying to ditch IAT1 which what in there, too, IIRC.

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just some guy who cant decide what kind of truck he drives

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Only had to sell my soul and left leg to get it Maybe I have a twin ? Well it's okay we can let if slide for the old timer Oh ouch.... I thought we were friends Haha

Had to pull a sneaky on yall. It was too dull in here recently no typical drama

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And I also have a feeling it is part of this maybe...after that blue part ordeal and everyone leaving reviews they've really had to step up and keep everyone happy and build back up, or like you said what's a few parts in a kit that totals $150, or maybe since I only asked for 1 part even the the other line is showing signs and the handle on the valves is missing.. which reminds me..I'm going to take those screws out and loctite them so I don't lose them this time.
Either way we'll see Wednesday
'yea they really screwed the pooch they were in the dog house as far as i was concerned before that...
that was just the nail in the coffin that they had been too busy drinking their own blue koolaid and had lost all respect for their customers the sport and enthusiasts in general
that said i have a sinister by pass i got form someone on flea bay for 40 bucks with 4 extra filters so basically...free. and other than very poor achine work that required massive piidope and telfon tape to fix...
i have no compaints

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For gluing skins/vinyls/etc on solid objects, I'd prolly use 3M 77 adhesive.
or ducco cement or fixall depending on what you are bonding together...
that 3m77 stuff is amazing for headliners and seat recovers. like you say any skin would hold very well with that stuff
speaking of which...
summer is coming i gotta do my seats...i am just afraid i will screw them up somehow and want professional help

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Probably just experimenting with inferred values. I could see a MAF sensor being a reliability issue. They were also trying to ditch IAT1 which what in there, too, IIRC.

@bismic prolly knows more than anyone about this.
i suppose that makes sense.
i still find it odd that companies put out what amounts to an experiment to the general public as a finished product ... but...hell it works for microsoft
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I wish I knew for sure why the MAF sensor was removed. The 6.0L bible states that "The Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor has been removed from F-Series vehicles with Federal calibrations beginning in November 2004".

So as I understand it, it was never eliminated on California vehicles (certainly could be wrong on that though). The early production 05's had it, but after November 04, it was removed until sometime in late 05 production (not sure of exact date it was re-installed).

I had always assumed that it was a cost reduction idea, but that someone eventually questioned whether or not the emissions were really being reduced as effectively as possible without it.

I don't recall ever hearing of anyone having problems with the inferred/calculated MAF calibrations, so I assumed there were other reasons to add it back in.

Pure speculation though.

One post from a Ford Tech back in 2007 indicates it was mainly needed for EGR calculations (post #9).
https://www.thedieselgarage.com/foru...heres-maf.html

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Im.happy to report the truck and I are in Ohio and made the 18.5 hour trip just fine. Truck blew some coolant out the degas bottle but we all knew that was gonna happen.

Best mpg I got was 16mpg going thru Tennessee and Kentucky.

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'yea they really screwed the pooch they were in the dog house as far as i was concerned before that...
that was just the nail in the coffin that they had been too busy drinking their own blue koolaid and had lost all respect for their customers the sport and enthusiasts in general
that said i have a sinister by pass i got form someone on flea bay for 40 bucks with 4 extra filters so basically...free. and other than very poor achine work that required massive piidope and telfon tape to fix...
i have no compaints
Mine had good fitment and i saw some coolant leak at fitting with the red coolant, but after hearing it likes to find places to go if it can, I just dismissed it as that. I just saw red dried coolant, there was nothing ever under neath on the charge pipe or on the ground. And like I said, could be time/reliability of the hoses or could be the diesel that was in the cooling system that degraded the hoses.

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Probably just experimenting with inferred values. I could see a MAF sensor being a reliability issue. They were also trying to ditch IAT1 which what in there, too, IIRC.

@bismic prolly knows more than anyone about this.
There was one time I was doing work, I think putting my 200 Mishimoto thermostat in, around August I believe. Put everything back together and went to town and towards the end of the trip I opened Torque to see the new values. Was just looking at coolant and oil and then I looked Air Temp and it said -32F. I thought about it and then I plugged the MAF back in once I remembered.

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One post from a Ford Tech back in 2007 indicates it was mainly needed for EGR calculations (post #9).
https://www.thedieselgarage.com/foru...heres-maf.html
And with all that being said, my EGR was/is deleted so I couldn't truly say on that, not that I would probably notice driving unless I never took my eyes off of values if the EGR system was working with MAF unplugged.
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summer is coming i gotta do my seats...i am just afraid i will screw them up somehow and want professional help

I think its too late to help you. Oh, you were talking about your seats.

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summer is coming i gotta do my seats...i am just afraid i will screw them up somehow and want professional help <img src="https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/images/smilies/look.gif" border="0" alt="" title="look" class="inlineimg" />

I think its too late to help you. Oh, you were talking about your seats.

That's cold. Funny, probably true, but still cold
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That's cold. Funny, probably true, but still cold
I have met Mr Galt in person, so I say that with some authority.

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