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  1. 700renegade
    07-09-2010 12:37 PM - permalink
    700renegade
    Hi - you were helping me diagnose my hard start 460 MH problem. I posted some data about fuel pressure and coolant sensor. If you would be able to chime in I'd appreciate it! I can tell you are one of the few that knows his stuff ( easy to find guys who spout off crazy solutions, not so easy to find guys like you).

    Also - off topic - where did you mount the temp sender for your tranny oil? Is that 1/8" MPT plug in the left side of the E4OD good enough? Sounds like you'd add another tranny cooler in line on my '94 F53? I have a used Hayden off a conversion van from years back lying around - I could easily insert it.

    Thanks
    Ron
  2. plumber01
    06-21-2010 06:48 PM - permalink
    plumber01
    Just thought I'd stop in and invite you to join the TEXAS CHAPTER.
    Here is the link to join
    http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/profile.php?do=joingroup&usergroupid=46

    We just had a GTG(get together) at Lake Bryan(near Bryan College Station) and are currently planning one on July 10th at Quintana Beach park near Brazoria county
  3. mjp_t98
    02-05-2010 10:50 PM - permalink
    mjp_t98
    Hi Brian,
    I confess I'm not sure if this will reach you, as I think this is the forum where you can't do private messages until you have 25 posts, which always seemed odd to me.

    Anyway, no, I can't charge the vehicle battery from the house battery charger, unless maybe I were to sit in the driver's seat and hold the battery coupler switch in permanently.

    Sounds like you do know about SPOUT plugs and how to set the timing then. Good luck on seeing the timing marks.

    Michael
  4. MAUBRI
    02-05-2010 11:50 AM - permalink
    MAUBRI
    Hi Michael,

    Thought I would come off the forum as I want to come off the current thread, but it concerns your vehicle..

    Have found the EEC unit , mine is at right angles to the firewall mounted on the framework that supports the steering and brake pedal assemblies. havent yet worked out how to get at it.

    Anyhow, I was right about the battery I had boiled it dry by using the wrong type of charger. My question is though, on your winnie is there some way of charging your vehicle battery when the engine is off. On mine when you connect the shore line, only the house battery is charging, so I had connected a switch between Vehicle and Inverter battery ( which has its own charging cct ) and forgot it was switched and with me starting the engine every day for about 2 weeks to do some testing cooked it.

    I think your idea of timing might have a bearing on the main subject so I will get a light and have a go.

    Brian

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  • About mjp_t98
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    TX
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-450/F-550
    Year
    1994
    Current Mileage
    50,000 - 74,999
    Miles per year
    5,000 - 9,999

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