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July 05, 2013, 08:59:11 AM by bpd1151
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Enclosed is the Official "How-To" on retro fitting the 2013 EcoBoost PP/PI Auxiliary Oil cooler onto any '10, '11, or '12 model year.

My apologies for any delay in producing this, as it seems time has escaped me for lack of better terms, and I've been preoccupied with a multitude of life's responsibilities. Either way, better late than never I suppose. :thumb:

Before beginning, I'd like to extend my gratitude to the following individuals, each of whom played an integral rol...
July 10, 2013, 10:39:24 AM by EcoPowerParts
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Originally posted by Rudsther2435

So the other day I was driving and taking some back roads using navigation and my Ford Touch powered down and turned black.  I was in the middle of nowhere and unfamiliar with the area, to make it worse I had no cell service.  I stopped at the nearest gas station (of course it was closed) but it was lit up.  I though maybe disconnecting the battery for a few minutes would reset the unit, luckily I had a socket set in t...
July 14, 2013, 09:52:11 AM by EcoPowerParts
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Originally posted by Got5onIt
Note: My vehicle is a 2012 with Performance Package. This procedure should work for any 2010+

I tried to take pics through the process and thought I'd write up a how-to for anyone willing to tackle their own spring install. First, I must complain and give ford 2 big thumbs down for making the lower shock mount part of the wheel hub/spindle assembly. I've installed springs on many cars and have never had to deal...
July 14, 2013, 09:54:24 AM by EcoPowerParts
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Originally posted by bpd1151
EDIT- Making this thread a sticky until we have more "How-To" suspension threads, then we will group them into one. Thanks to Mike for the great information!! -Admin

Following the install of my H&R lowering springs, I learned a few things and thought I'd share with the community.

It took a lot of phone calls and emails on my part (more than I care to admit), but I was finally able to locate the ...
July 14, 2013, 10:01:24 AM by EcoPowerParts
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The My Ford Touch wallpapers can be gif, jpg, png, and bmp with a maximum file size of 1.5MB.
 Wallpaper Dimensions are 800px x 384px.
 1. Load the wallpaper images on a USB Drive.
 2. Insert the USB Device into the USB port in the central console (under the armrest)
 3. Select the Settings Options
 4. Select Display Options
 5. Select Edit Wallpaper
 6. Select "Add" and then from your USB device select what images you would like to import. This will jus...
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