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Re: Swapped to PP trans by-pass T-stat (and coolant T-stat)-results
« Reply #15 on: October 06, 2017, 05:53:18 PM »
If you are buying the PP bypass valve, then why do you need to swap the thermostat on it? Are the PP and non PP valves different?
the only difference in the PP and non PP valves IS the Tstat. and you change the t stat because it's a hell of a lot easier than changing the whole by pass valve.


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Maybe I'm missing something which is possible. The doohickey in the picture with the 2 lines on one end is the bypass valve? Correct?

Once it's out you swap the thermostat?

If the cost is minimal like it seems couldn't you just swap the whole doohickey? Just insurance and a new bypass valve just in case.
2011 SHO, 3 Bar 93 LMS stage 4+x, ACES IV, 170 T-stat, PPE Catted DP's, Alpine Sound system, Touch screen HVAC controls, full window tint

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Re: Swapped to PP trans by-pass T-stat (and coolant T-stat)-results
« Reply #16 on: October 06, 2017, 06:22:32 PM »
If you are buying the PP bypass valve, then why do you need to swap the thermostat on it? Are the PP and non PP valves different?
the only difference in the PP and non PP valves IS the Tstat. and you change the t stat because it's a hell of a lot easier than changing the whole by pass valve.


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Maybe I'm missing something which is possible. The doohickey in the picture with the 2 lines on one end is the bypass valve? Correct?

Once it's out you swap the thermostat?

If the cost is minimal like it seems couldn't you just swap the whole doohickey? Just insurance and a new bypass valve just in case.
you don't remove the by-pass valve block doo hickey in the pic. it stays in the car and you just swap the cooler thermostat in. much easier than disconnecting your trans lines and replacing the whole block- that would be like removing your intake manifold to swap thermostats lol


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Re: Swapped to PP trans by-pass T-stat (and coolant T-stat)-results
« Reply #17 on: October 07, 2017, 09:43:28 AM »
If you are buying the PP bypass valve, then why do you need to swap the thermostat on it? Are the PP and non PP valves different?
the only difference in the PP and non PP valves IS the Tstat. and you change the t stat because it's a hell of a lot easier than changing the whole by pass valve.


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Maybe I'm missing something which is possible. The doohickey in the picture with the 2 lines on one end is the bypass valve? Correct?

Once it's out you swap the thermostat?

If the cost is minimal like it seems couldn't you just swap the whole doohickey? Just insurance and a new bypass valve just in case.
you don't remove the by-pass valve block doo hickey in the pic. it stays in the car and you just swap the cooler thermostat in. much easier than disconnecting your trans lines and replacing the whole block- that would be like removing your intake manifold to swap thermostats lol


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Got it. Thanks for clearing that up for me!
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Re: Swapped to PP trans by-pass T-stat (and coolant T-stat)-results
« Reply #18 on: October 07, 2017, 10:29:29 AM »
I cannot find that part number with Tasca. They gave the DG9Z-H322-A. Ims it the same specs?
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Re: Swapped to PP trans by-pass T-stat (and coolant T-stat)-results
« Reply #19 on: October 07, 2017, 10:40:26 AM »
This part is pointing to the Escape, MKZ, etc. not the Taurus.  So IDK if it will fit.

THIS PART FITS

Make   Model   Year   Body & Trim   Engine & Transmission
Ford   Escape   2017   SE, Titanium   1.5L L4 - Gas, 2.0L L4 - Gas
Ford   Escape   2016   S, SE   2.5L L4 - Gas
Ford   Escape   2015   S, SE   2.5L L4 - Gas
Ford   Escape   2014   S   2.5L L4 - Gas
Ford   Fusion   2017   Platinum, S, SE, Sport, Titanium   1.5L L4 - Gas, 2.0L L4 - Gas, 2.5L L4 - Flex, 2.5L L4 - Gas, 2.7L V6 - Gas
Ford   Fusion   2016   S, SE, Titanium   1.5L L4 - Gas, 2.0L L4 - Gas, 2.5L L4 - Gas
Ford   Fusion   2015   S, SE, Titanium   1.5L L4 - Gas, 2.0L L4 - Gas, 2.5L L4 - Gas
Ford   Fusion   2014   S, SE, Titanium   1.5L L4 - Gas, 1.6L L4 - Gas, 2.0L L4 - Gas, 2.5L L4 - Gas
Ford   Transit Connect   2017   Titanium, XL, XLT   2.5L L4 - CNG, 2.5L L4 - Gas, 2.5L L4 - LPG
Ford   Transit Connect   2016   Titanium, XL, XLT   2.5L L4 - CNG, 2.5L L4 - Gas, 2.5L L4 - LPG
Ford   Transit Connect   2015   Titanium, XL, XLT   2.5L L4 - CNG, 2.5L L4 - Gas, 2.5L L4 - LPG
Ford   Transit Connect   2014   Titanium, XL, XLT   2.5L L4 - CNG, 2.5L L4 - Gas, 2.5L L4 - LPG
Lincoln   Continental   2017   Black Label, Premiere, Reserve, Select   2.7L V6 - Gas, 3.0L V6 - Gas, 3.7L V6 - Gas
Lincoln   MKC   2017   Black Label, Premiere, Reserve, Select   2.0L L4 - Gas, 2.3L L4 - Gas
Lincoln   MKC   2016   Black Label, Premiere, Reserve, Select   2.0L L4 - Gas, 2.3L L4 - Gas
Lincoln   MKC   2015   Base, Black Label   2.0L L4 - Gas, 2.3L L4 - Gas
Lincoln   MKZ   2017   Black Label, Premiere, Reserve, Select   2.0L L4 - Gas
Lincoln   MKZ   2016   Base, Black Label   2.0L L4 - Gas, 3.7L V6 - Gas
Lincoln   MKZ   2015   Base, Black Label   2.0L L4 - Gas, 3.7L V6 - Gas
Lincoln   MKZ   2014   Base   2.0L L4 - Gas, 3.7L V6 - Gas
2007 Ford Edge SEL, Powerstop F/R Brake Kit, TXT LED 6000K Lo & Hi Beams, W16W LED Reverse Bulbs, 3BSpec 2.5w Map Lights, 5W Cree rear dome lights, 5W Cree cargo light, DTBL LED Taillights

If tuned:  Take note of the strategy code as you return to stock (including 3 bar MAP to 2 bar MAP) -> take car in & get it serviced -> check strategy code when you get car back -> have tuner update your tune if the strategy code has changed -> reload tune -> ENJOY!

 

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