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bpd1151
July 05, 2013, 07:59:33 AM by bpd1151
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Here is my write up on "how-to" remove the front bumper clip from your 2010+ Taurus / SHO.


First, compile the following items / tools:

Floor jack and stands (unless you have access to a lift)
Lug wrench (to aid in removing the front tires)
Philips Screwdriver
Flathead Screwdriver (x2)
Pair of pliers
Socket set (you will only be using an 8mm & 10mm socket)


The following items below albeit not "necessary" cer...
bpd1151
July 05, 2013, 08:35:17 AM by bpd1151
Views: 259821 | Comments: 8

Here is my Official "How-To" on Retro-Fitting the 2013 Aux Tranny Cooler onto the 2010-2012 SHO / EB 3.5 V6 Motor.....

1st, this install was performed on a NON ACC EQUIPPED car. For those of you with ACC, you will have to either consider relocating the ACC radar itself to an entirely new location, or possibly doing away with it altogether. The verdict is still out on where to place, or what exactly to do with the ACC radar as this mod is still relatively new, (having bee...
EcoPowerParts
June 30, 2013, 04:57:16 PM by EcoPowerParts
Views: 271614 | Comments: 35

Originally posted by TSS

]There are other threads discussing this, but I thought a dedicated thread with instructions might help others. I have received so much help here that it is payback time, finally, with me posting info that may help others (versus the other way around). :)

I did this last night in my MKS, and I have a 3 out of 10 skill level. The whole procedure took me about 15 minutes thanks to tips from others on this forum (parti...
bpd1151
July 05, 2013, 09:32:53 AM by bpd1151
Views: 93601 | Comments: 23

Here is my Official "How-To" on the installation of my Alky-Controls/LMS 100% Full Methanol Injection.

To start, I must thank the following four people for providing technical and install assistance while this project was commencing:

Mr. Rick LeBlanc (formerly of Livernois Motorsports)
Fellow EBPF Members Darrell (darelli) and Chris (crash712us) and....
Finally, Mr. Matt Hencinski, Owner of 'Auto Wizard' dba Manhattan Auto Works located in Manhattan, IL....
bpd1151
July 05, 2013, 09:59:58 AM by bpd1151
Views: 42814 | Comments: 2

Here is some info I dug up from various resources, on properly retraining your TPMS Sensors.

Part of this was inspired by the fact that I was forced to purchase new TPMS sensors for my after market TSW wheels.

My Manager pal (Nick Madsen) who works @ NTB (in Downers Grove, IL) was not able to retrain the new sensors as the tool they had was not compatible with Ford.

So off to the Dealership I went.

The tech performing the resets was a newer kid, who al...
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