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How do you tune a 1994 ef falcon 6 cylinder?

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2015-07-15 18:55:19
2015-07-15 18:55:19

change plugs fuel filter and air cleaner.and check plug leads for resistance,the only other thing you can do is check for fault codes.but you cant set timing you cant set mixtures all done by pcm

The first fuel filter is in the petrol tank itself as fuel system is an inline pressure system. If your car is running rich or lean it is more likely to be a vacuum hose that forms part of the motors sensor system for the EMU (engine manangement unit - computer).

Check the hose from the manifold directly at the back of the throttle body - It should be about 5mm fat with a two or three mm hole in it (roughly, from memory). This hose originally cracked and died and would result in all sorts of "tuning" issues.

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