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  1. Banshee06

    Banshee06 Member Established Member

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    Its the gift that keeps on giving.
    Started my car with my code reader and now its running even worse, I got two codes P1000 which is normal and now a new one which is P0406.
    I did check my lower intake bolt and snugged them up they were too loose, and I was going to check my supercharger to Upper intake bolts but the fuel rail is in the way should have had those mechanic check them when they replace the injectors, but they didnt. I did find one that I could get to on the driver front and it is loose and must be stripped since it wont tighten up. I wonder if Ford did that when they installed the supercharger 4 years ago.
    I dont even know where to start with this thing now.
     
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    hotcobra03 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Ouch.

    If you can try and remove that 1 bolt and look.

    Auto parts store has bolts but you need to add a washer. Unless bolt has them

    Po406.
    Dpfegr sensor.
    Tiny box above drivers rear valve cover. Has 2 vacuum hoses going to exhaust behind drivers head.

    I just replaced that sensor with a junk yard sensor saved a lot.

    Po1000 was just drive cycle hasn’t finished
     
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    Do you have a picture of what it looks like?
     
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    Banshee06 Member Established Member

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    Here is a pic
     

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    Banshee06 Member Established Member

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    Here is another pic
     

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    ashleyroachclip Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I gam aware where woodburn is .
    Used to race there .
    For food gas and beer ,i could make an excuse to go to liberal land .
    Take my tin foil to evade the cameras and speed traps ...i sent you a private message with my contact information
     
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    SVTdreamin04 What's a "Termi"??? Premium Member Established Member

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    Well, O.P....you better not pass on the help of a forum member! Better make a beer run!


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    hotcobra03 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    not oem bolt.

    These may still be available new from ford.

    You should be able to stick something in hole and see how deep.

    I recall oem being longer around 2 1/2 inch long. With a long shoulder

    Not saying a longer like those bling bolts wouldn’t work

    And I see a member has offered some help.

    That’s Awesome
     
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    Yes I think these are the bolts that cam with the kenne Bell blower.
     
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    Looks like that bolt was way over tightened and threads were stripped. I would recommend taking your vehicle to a good technician and let him figure out what the issues are. U might have to pay a modified car tax haha but at the end of the day he will figure it out.

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    Banshee06 Member Established Member

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    I sure wish I could find one. And figure out how to get the car there.
     
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    Banshee06 Member Established Member

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    Found the problem
     

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    BLOWN9646 E85 COBRA Established Member

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    That was the only issue huh? Nice
     
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    Yes it was back behind the supercharger so couldn't see it till we used the smoker. I guess with extra boost I need clamps on all my vacuum lines. Still got to remove supercharger to fix the stripped bolt even though it's not leaking there.
    And probably didnt need new injectors so now I have an extra set .
     
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    hotcobra03 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Hoping for the best.
    you also did better than mobile mechanic.

    Honestly there isn’t much on these motors at least to me.

    That intake. Pull blower and all as one unit when you do

    Tilt nose up at a 45 def angle than it will slide forward and up.

    Clean the intercooler when it’s out.
    This is a maintenance step.

    Cooler will be covered in junk you be surprised how air goes thru.
     
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    decipha Active Member Established Member

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    no doubt thats not helping your over heating issue at all

    remove those fans from in front the condenser
     
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    Part of installing and getting max cooling for the killer Chiller is installing 2 12 inch fans in front of the condenser.
     
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    ashleyroachclip Well-Known Member Established Member

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    When i spoke to him on the phone last week ,he really was not overheating .
    I think he told me his temp ( coolant ) was 170 ish .
    Iat 2 was high.
    At 200 something .
     

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