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"How- To" SCT Livelink datalog

EcoPowerParts
EcoPowerParts
Views: 42490 | Comments: 9

Originally posted by CoreyMS




IF YOUR NOT DATALOGGING, HOW DO YOU KNOW YOUR ECOBOOST VEHICLE IS RUNNING RIGHT?



I get a lot of questions about this and it's time everyone knows how. Datalogging via the SCT Livelink program is pretty straight forward. It has a guide me function that shows you what to do, but once you've done it a couple times you realize it's not hard. This first post will show how to setup the dataloggin...


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How to install center speaker gauge pod

crash712us
crash712us
Views: 13802 | Comments: 0

I figured it was about time to move some of this information over here as well as add some more info as well.

Well you got yourself a new pod from myself, first of all thank you! And to all those before you that helped make this project a reality.

1st installing and aligning faceplate and gauges. The faceplate in merely held in place by gauges, the faceplate does not sit flat against the pod but on a slight angle. whats important that bottom edge of faceplate be even with t...


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"How- to" Access Advanced Ford PIDs Using a Scan Tool

breeves002 | Views: 83126 | Comments: 106

I'm an administrator over on Taurusclub.com, and many of you probably know me! I wanted to share this info with other Ford owners! I'll add more as I learn more. It's about CAN basically. Thanks for reading!

So for the few of you that care about this, I decided to modify a cheap ELM327 clone to read both MS and HS-CAN data. Normally ELM327 can only read HS-CAN data. This writeup will show you how to modify an ELM327 device so it will read MS-CAN.

Thanks to tech advisor [COL...


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"How- To" Replace cabin filter

EcoPowerParts
EcoPowerParts
Views: 9765 | Comments: 2

Originally posted by 01SportWagon

How To:  Replace cabin filter in a Ford Flex (2010)

Time: about 5 min
Parts: Motorcraft FP-68
Tools - none needed.  You might need a long screwdriver or pliers to pop retaining clip on filter cover.  It is just hard to get your hand in the back to lift on clip tab.  But it doesn't take too much pressure.

Step one - Empty glove box
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"How- To" Install rear air bags

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EcoPowerParts
Views: 9617 | Comments: 6

Originally posted by epbog

Got the suspension leveling airbags installed on my Flex last night. No matter what the instructions say, this is NOT a one man job! The install is relatively straight forward, but getting the airbags into the coils took two of us.

First, start by lifting the rear of the Flex and removing the rear tires/wheels.
[img width=400 height=300]http://i1366.photobucket.com/albums/r779/epbog/Airbagsinstall1_zps4a3c1cd...


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