First Testing 2011 Ford-Explorer

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    First Testing 2011 Ford-Explorer

    Now, the question comes that what actually the chip does to extract that extra energy from the same very engine which comes factory fitted when you first bought the car, so the answers to this question is that it simply replace the chip present in the ECU which holds all the look up tables, the performance chip contains the values which result in higher rates of fuel injection during particular driving conditions. They may also alter the spark timings resulting in more power production.

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    First Testing 2011 Ford-Explorer

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    First Testing 2011 Ford-Explorer


    Ford has a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) out stating that anytime you replace a radiator on one of these vehicles, you should check for electrolysis in the cooling system. According to Ford, you should not ground the heater core in a 2006-2009 Ford Explorer. Rather, you should check for electrolysis. You check for electrolysis by disconnecting the battery cables, making sure they are not touching each other or the car, putting the negative DC voltmeter probe on the engine ground and the the positive probe in the coolant and checking to see if you get more than.2 Volts in the coolant. Ford says.4 in the TSB, but that is too much for me!

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