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perf-list Digest Wed, 21 Mar 2001 Volume: 2001  Issue: 040

In This Issue:
Re: E.F.I. stumbling
ADMIN: Ford Vehicle id contest results


From: "GaryBBB" <>
Subject: Re: E.F.I. stumbling
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 07:57:24 -0800

Get your son to use his $2000 code reader on it and it will tell you what's
going on even if there is no check engine light (That's what I did :-)).
Turns out there are other codes in there that the reader can check and it
can also do an ignition analysis (resistance) and on OBDII it can check all
the sensors.  On the 93 all it can do is read the codes and check the
ignition.  Mine is a 93 too (Aerostar).

Now, my son is just learning but he said the EEC4 and earlier did not have
any table adjustment software in it so when you run it for 100k miles it
still uses the factory tables.  IF this is the case then there is no "Reset"
I just let the dead battery lay for a month or two on my 94 bird and it runs
just like it did when the battery died so he may be right, not sure??

Happily Retired (but broke)
Michigan Pot Hole Jumping,
78 Bronco Loving, Gary

> I have a 1993 F-150 with a 302 e.f.i. It`s all stock with 98,000
> miles. Since
> about 20,000 miles it has developed a stumble. The stumble occurs
> when you
> accelerate after idling for anyting over approx 5 minutes.It feels like a
> large hesitation in the fuel delivery.If you shut off and
> re-start the engine
> before accelerating, it does not stumble


Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001 13:22:07 -0500
From: Ken Payne <>
Subject: ADMIN: Ford Vehicle id contest results

The Ford family vehicle id contest winners have been
randomly selected:

One Grand Prize $60 value
   2001 Ford Truck Enthusiasts T-shirt
   "Classic" Ford Truck Enthusiasts T-shirt
   Licensed Ford ball cap
   2 Ford Truck Enthusiasts window/bumper stickers
   "Tough Tales" book

Two First Prizes $32 value
   2001 Ford Truck Enthusiasts T-Shirt
   Ford Truck Enthusiasts bumper sticker
   "Tough Tales" book

Four Second Prizes $15 value
   Choice 2001 or "Classic" Ford Truck Enthusiasts

If you're one of the winners please e-mail me at
to arrange receiving your prize!

Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts


End of perf-list Digest V2001 #40
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