Technical Service Bulletins
|Publication Date: JULY 6, 1999|
Induction backfire on accelerations and decelerations during all ambient temperatures may occur on some vehicles. This may be caused by carbon buildup on the intake valves due to high sulfur content in the gasoline and the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) calibration.
Reprogram the PCM. If the backfire concern has not been resolved, perform normal diagnostics. Be sure to perform intake valve deposit inspection procedure (carbon blasting with walnut shells) or replace the intake valves with new Intake Valves (F65Z-6507-AA).
Obtain an Authorized Modifications Decal (FPS 8262 – obtainable through DOES II, 25/pkg) and list the date, dealer number, and summary of modifications performed. Select a prominent place adjacent to the Vehicle Emission Control Information Decal suitable for installing the Authorized Modifications Decal. Clean the area, install the decal, and cover it with a clear plastic decal shield.
|THE FOLLOWING MODIFICATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE:|
|Reprogrammed Powertrain Control Module (PCM) per TSB 99-14-10|
|THESE MODIFICATIONS HAVE BEEN APPROVED, AS APPROPRIATE, BY EPA AND CARB.|
FPS 8262 9/78 FORD MOTOR COMPANY PRINTED IN U.S.A.
|PART NUMBER||PART NAME|
|F65Z-6507-AA||Intake Valve (6 Per Vehicle)|
OTHER APPLICABLE ARTICLES:
Eligible Under The Provisions Of 2 Years/40,000 Km Warranty Coverage For Mexico
|991410A||Reprogram Powertrain Control Module (PCM)||0.4 Hr.|
|991410B||Extra Time To Inspect Intake Valves||0.4 Hr.|
|991410C||Extra Time To Clean Intake Valves (DO NOT Use With Operation D)||2.9 Hrs.|
|991410D||Extra Time To Replace Intake Valves (DO NOT Use With Operation C)||8.9 Hrs.|
|BASIC PART NO.||CONDITION CODE|
613400, 613500, 613700
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