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Troubleshooting / Re: Misfiring codes P0300, P0302 and P0306
« Last post by ddlopes on Today at 05:27:04 PM »
Looks like the orange color is normal when running Boostane. From what Iíve seen so far on the internet. Iíll need to check more into this issue.
Wheels/Tires / Re: New rims...not your average XSport setup
« Last post by Ls2bait on Today at 05:21:17 PM »
Idk my pics are always upside down...
Troubleshooting / Re: SHO whining noise?
« Last post by SHOdded on Today at 05:07:59 PM »
Check the PTU fluid for level/condition.
I already have an AFE with the lid I picked up after I bought it so Iíll likely be using that one. I run 93 exclusively since I got it and Iíve seen a huge jump in fuel economy from that by itself so Iíll be sticking with that since they canít handle E85. Definitely would want a 3bar MAP as well. Plugs one temp colder and gapped to .028?
Exterior / Re: Rear window leak?
« Last post by TopherSho on Today at 02:37:46 PM »
Yeah this is the rear REAR glass, back passenger was up for sure as I did that exact thing a few weeks ago :<( .. been hyper paranoid since then. 
Exterior / Re: Roof channel trim
« Last post by TopherSho on Today at 02:22:16 PM »
Ty both!.. hard to replace myself? 
Vehicle Build topics / Re: SuperPete SHO Build record
« Last post by SuperPete on February 15, 2020, 03:15:01 PM »
February update

Switched to E40 fuel,
Few revisions with Matt
DYNO numbers are in
So, to finalize this chapter, dyne is done, numbers posted and recorded.
Big thanks to Matt at GearHead and Extreme-Di, they made it happen.
PPE Downpipes and GearHead Intercooler a must!

Enjoy the video, like share subscribe if you want me keep pumping..

General Tuning / DYNO numbers are in
« Last post by SuperPete on February 15, 2020, 02:06:52 PM »
Another reason to go with GearHead...

All in the video below
Recalls, TSBs, SSMs and Investigations / Re: Ford Recalls
« Last post by Leadfoot on February 15, 2020, 10:36:54 AM »

Ford Explorers recalled to prevent drivers from losing control due broken suspension toe links

JUNE 12, 2019 ó A Ford Explorer recall for more than 1.2 million SUVs has been ordered so that dealerships can replace the left and right rear suspension toe links.

According to Ford, 2011-2017 Explorers may suffer from rear suspension toe link fractures that will cause drivers serious steering problems, including the chance of losing control.

Ford says one driver reported hitting a curb when the toe link broke, but the automaker says it's unaware of any injuries caused by the problems.

A Ford Explorer is more susceptible if the rear suspension often travels over a surface that causes the rear-end to bounce.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has not released details about the Explorer recall, but Ford says about 1.2 million SUVs are in the U.S., 28,000 are recalled in Canada and one Explorer will be repaired in Mexico.

The 2011-2017 Explorers were built in Chicago between May 17, 2010, and January 25, 2017.

Ford dealers will need to align the rear suspensions in addition to replacing both rear suspension toe links.

Affected Ford Explorer customers with questions should call 866-436-7332 and refer to recall number 19S17


Looks like they found more defective toe links...
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