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2011 Idle Control

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TSB folder kept at the top.
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Here is a newer version of the high idle pdf. The resistor table is updated and a couple other things.

http://www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas/...ml/Q-173R3.pdf
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High idle on the 6.2, didn't know it was needed?
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It is handy for those of us in extreme climates and for PTO operations on work trucks.
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Dyno chart is good...

Collection of exhaust clips
how is the exhaust doing?...noisy or just right ...i have the same cold air intake...was thinking of doing flowmasters from behind the first muffler
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Are the overhead cams on the 6.2 driven by chains or rubber belts?I don't want to have belts that need changed.
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This one:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...ower-temp.html

What oil and coolant temps correspond to the PCM pulling power back. GREAT info, thanks Mike!
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Thanks everyone for all of the great ideas!

Instead of making a new folder, I've renamed and locked this one. Art and I will filter through the information and clean it up in here.

Please keep the ideas coming though. We need all we can get. Post up your suggestions or send one of us a PM and we'll look at all of them.
 
 
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