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- DRIVEABILITY - COMPUVALVE REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE - SERVICE TIP - BI-FUEL VEHICLES ONLY
- ELECTRICAL - COMPUVALVE REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE - SERVICE TIP - BI-FUEL VEHICLES ONLY
- ENGINE - COMPUVALVE REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE - SERVICE TIP - BI-FUEL VEHICLES ONLY
| Publication Date: NOVEMBER 6, 2000 |
| 1996-2000 CONTOUR |
1994-2000 F-150, F-250 LD
Possible electronic damage may occur to the Compuvalve from voltage spikes between the Compuvalve connections when connecting or disconnecting the main Compuvalve harness C4025 (J25 marked on harness). This may result in unnecessary Compuvalve replacement.
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