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Why won’t my ford engine run with map sensor hooked up?

December 16th, 2010 · No Comments

we took the engine out of a 87 crown victoria and put it in the ford f150. we used the intake from the f150 and the rest of the engine from the crown vic. why won’t it run with the map sensor hooked up now?
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Jeep Cherokee 4″ Suspension Lift Kit JXJ34 Installation Instructions

April 5th, 2010 · No Comments

This kit is not recommended for trucks equipped with ABS brake systems or dual rear wheels. Use of this kit and/or larger tire and wheel combinations may reduce the effectiveness of ABS system and increase the amount of pedal pressure necessary to obtain a given braking distance.
1. Read carefully before proceeding with installation. This 4” lift kit is designed to be installed on ‘84-’86 Jeep Cherokee with standard “Command Trak” 5- speed transmissions. The original factory front drive shaft must be removed and replaced with new longer balanced drive shaft featuring 2 new universal joints, a new longer slip yoke and a new industrial flange on the transfer case end. The owners manual clearly states that the standard 5-speed transmission is not to be engaged and driven in 4-wheel drive on the highway or on smooth hard surfaces. This lift kit is not to be installed on vehicles with automatic “Select-Trak” transmissions. Contact your local dealer for new driveshaft.
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Honda/Kawasaki/Suzuki/Yamaha Electronic Jet Kit Instructions

November 13th, 2009 · No Comments

INSTALLATION
1. Before installing the TFI you must first disconnect the negative lead from the battery.
2. Determine a location for the TFI unit. Suggested locations are as follows: Under the seat, behind a side cover or tail section.
3. The TFI comes with a harness with injector connectors that match the factory injector connectors.
4. Locate the factory fuel injectors (see owners manual if you are not sure)*.
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Honda/Suzuki Electronic Jet Kit Instructions

November 9th, 2009 · No Comments

This product is a great fit for stock bikes with exhaust and intake mods. It is also capable of handling the fuel needs of big bore kits, light cams, and a variety of head porting. This is an Electronic Jet Kit. Like jet kits in the past, the more you modify, the more responsibility you take in getting your fuel curve right. Going to www.dobeckperformance.com will help you obtain better high horsepower tuning.
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Powerline for Standard Ford and Chrysler Owners Manual

March 9th, 2009 · No Comments

The POWERLINE solid State Multi-Battery Isolator is a product of extensive heat-chamber engineering and testing. POWERLINE isolators are designed to handle the total current rating through either leg. All POWERLINE isolators are negative ground (some positive ground models are available), multi-battery systems. . Please contact the factory if you need positive ground product or if your system requires a special model.
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Ducati Electronic Jet Kit Instructions

January 27th, 2009 · No Comments

Thank you for choosing the Techlusion Electronic Jet Kit, the TFI. The TFI is usable for fuel injected Ducati’s ** . This product is a perfect fit for stock bikes with exhaust and intake mods. It is also capable of handling the fuel needs of cubic inch kits, light cams, and a variety of head porting. This is an Electronic Jet Kit. Like jet kits in the past, the more you modify, the more responsibility you take in getting your fuel curve right. Going to www.dobeckperformance.com will help you obtain better high horsepower tuning.
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Gm Airbag Steering Wheel Replacement Procedures

October 23rd, 2008 · No Comments

This wheel is a direct replacement for your original factory steering wheel with spoke mounted control switches. The original airbag (SIR) module, horn switch, switch harness, switches and shroud from the factory wheel must be removed and transferred to the new GRANT wheel.
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Radio Install Basics

September 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

A Radios Integration Into A Vehicle
When the auto makers original factory radio is removed, a dash wire harness will unplug from the rear of the radio. For most vehicles all necessary wires to complete the installation of a new replacement radio will be connected to this in dash wire harness.
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Wiring Your New Radio Using A Snap On Wire Harness Adapter

August 31st, 2008 · No Comments

The Install Doctor STRONGLY recommends using a snap on wire harness adapter when replacing the auto makers factory installed radio with a new replacement radio. These snap on wire harness adapters are custom designed to plug into the auto makers indash radio wire harness that originally plugged into the rear of the auto makers factory radio. Because each snap on wire harness is custom designed to fit only a specific auto makers indash wire harness, these are not included with new replacement radios but can be purchased separately.
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