October 16, 2021, 07:52:14 PM
collapse

Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
Sorry to hear about your car.


Side note if plain city is where you take your car to get detailed, you should be running at marion county raceway!
2
Troubleshooting / Re: Loss of power
« Last post by Mac442 on October 14, 2021, 08:53:21 PM »
Update, the problem seems to be Intermittent as power came back to normal out of the blue.

Turbos looks good, no oil.

Could a wastegate be sticking?
3
614-443-4112 Leave a Detailed Message with Phone Number PLEASE, For Sale is a 2013 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor with 106,000 Miles, All Wheel Drive, V6 3.5L Twin Turbo Ecoboost Engine,  Automatic Transmission,  Keyless Entry, Remote Start, (Two Sets of Keys) AC/Heat Works, Cruise Control, Tilt Steering Wheel, Power Locks/Windows/Mirrors, CD Player, LED Spotlights, AWD Was a Undercover Park Ranger Unit in Tennessee until 36000 Miles, Oil Changes every 5000 Miles,  PTU Changed Every 20K, With Amsol,  New Battery in March, New Eagle GTs, (1,400.00 Cost) 6 Months Ago , 106,000 Miles and Still Driving it till the 2015 Ford Taurus Police Arrives, MOST All 65,000 Miles on Highway From Columbus to North Carolina, And back,  Columbus to Kansas City and back for Customer Work. Some Dings and Dents, ADDED Stats from last Full On Pass.  Showing Engine Light and this will require LATER Mechanical Attention. Great Project Car at a Good Price, Best offer from the GOOD Folks on this site. My New / Used PI has Arrived, So no time to Work on this Unit...Anything Over 6K..?
 
4
Software Updates / Re: Database Upgrade 10-12-2021
« Last post by bpd1151 on October 13, 2021, 02:09:49 AM »
Migrating the back end.

Tee hee hee

Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk

5
You should see what the Focus ST group has information on regarding the heads.  The Fusion has a lot of compatible mods since the motor is the same.
6
General Discussion / Re: What have you done to your Ecoboosted vehicle today?
« Last post by sprintss on October 07, 2021, 09:57:55 PM »
Have to purchase new start key https://www.subarupartspros.com/sku/h001san100.html. Cost me $300 since I lost the original here at home and I can't find it.
7
Maintenance and Troubleshooting / Re: Terrain Management System Fault - wrench light
« Last post by EcoHell on October 06, 2021, 11:26:25 PM »
plugins will do weird things, even obd II devices.  the communications bus can be very touchy, especially at startup when systems checks are running.

I learned the hardway.  I never thought about the PC, especially with the unit turned off when I was going through my issues.  It would have saved me lots of money, but it is done and water under the bridge.
8
RockAuto / Re: RockAuto.com Discount Code - Expires January 5, 2022
« Last post by Macgyver on October 06, 2021, 12:04:35 AM »
Awesome.

Thanks for the money saving post.
9
New Member Introductions / Re: New Ford Edge ST owner from NM
« Last post by TT Steve on October 04, 2021, 09:08:47 PM »
Welcome!

Look up ZFG Tuning for Edge specific needs.  They have substantial experience with the Edge Sport, and can likely get you up and running quickly with the ST.

I know of ZFG but I had gone with Torrie at Unleashed early on. If he can't get me what I need, I will spend a few with ZFG which I am confident will make it happen.
10
Maintenance and Troubleshooting / Re: Is this the proper adapter?
« Last post by LMKS012 on October 04, 2021, 06:35:30 PM »
OK, so, I finally got everything in and hopefully this helps someone else out...

The adapter that works for the 2013+ master cylinder is the CTA Tools 7040 adapter.

So to sum it up...

To make this work you need the following:

CTA Tools 7040 master cylinder adapter

And you need the 1/8" npt fitting for whichever pressure bleeder you are going to use, in my case I bought an ARES 70921 pressure bleeder, so I need the nipple that will fit and for that I just bought the cheapest master cylinder adapter I could find of theirs which is:

ARES 18054 master cylinder adapter

Then it is just a matter of using a pair of snap ring pliers, taking the snap rings off both adapters, using a pair of needle-nose pliers to hold the area where the snap-rings sit (since the rest goes into the master clinder and you do NOT want to mess it up), hold them firmly and use a wrench or socket to remove the 1/8" npt adapter off each and put the one for your pressure bleeder on the CTA Tools 7040 adapter.

Be sure to keep the o-ring in place and don't over-torque the npt fitting in place since you run the risk of ripping the o-ring and since it is a pressurized system it WILL leak from that location if you rip it.

I am all set to do pressure bleeding tomorrow which will hopefully allow me to finish the damn brake job.
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10

SimplePortal 2.3.5 © 2008-2012, SimplePortal