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shotwell
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#84888 (Re: GR8SVT) 11/10/02 08:47 PM

I have a question...what's the problem with throttle hang if you have an ATX? I figured only the MTX guys were affected by it.

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2KSESportV6
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#84896 (Re: shotwell) 11/10/02 08:58 PM

In between shifts and when you back off the throttle, the engine revs down slowly. I have that problem. The problem is very common on the duratec V6's.

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MarkO
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#85145 (Re: 2KSESportV6) 11/11/02 03:19 AM

Originally posted by fordcontoursport:
What do you think i'm doing wrong besides the whole.


Coming on here and insulting a deceased and respected CEGer for starters....

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Richiezoom
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#85162 (Re: 2KSESportV6) 11/11/02 03:43 AM

Check your PM's !

ZZZ.

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F111D F
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#85229 (Re: 2KSESportV6) 11/11/02 04:43 AM

Cracking the secondaries helped mind drop back to idle.
I believe I opened the secondary stop about 3/4 of a turned.
However I have an ATX, but still noticed engine braking immediately after throttle release. Of course mine's 98 never had the moose or excessive hang. But as I said I still noticed and the low end has a better feel.
Paul

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Paul
98 Mystique LS 2ea (07/97)(08/98)

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JVT
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#85262 (Re: 2KSESportV6) 11/11/02 05:15 AM

Originally posted by fordcontoursport:
Somebody that put that idea on here is a piece of [censored].


You're damn lucky I didn't catch this earlier before this thread got a lot of responses.

Carry on, and I hope I don't catch you again making a similar statement.

-J

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2G Sport
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#85460 (Re: JVT) 11/11/02 01:46 PM

Quote taken from the FAQ section:

"The first time I started it, the engine "hunted" before stabilizing at 750RPM idle. Did this when the lights were on and the AC. The ECU is learning the new
position of the valve for maintaining the programmed RPM, which is normal. After two or three starts, it acts normal."

Did you do this when resetting the computer? I did and have not had a problem(going on 2 years) since. I would consider the TH fix a priceless mod, saving me from the embarrassment of the moose. RIP Ray .

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'01 Escape XLT V6 on S100
CDT Audio/Ascendant Audio/Rockford/JBL/Knukonceptz setup
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2KSESportV6
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#85579 (Re: 2G Sport) 11/11/02 04:18 PM

hello. Since you have the same exact model as mine, how big did you drill your hole? Did you put the cap in straight or tilted?

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2KSESportV6
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#85581 (Re: 2G Sport) 11/11/02 04:21 PM

Hey by the way, why do I hear air going through the cap, while it's running? That noise is not supposed to be there.

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2KSESportV6
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Re: I wouldn't recommend the throttle hangfix new
#85589 (Re: 2G Sport) 11/11/02 04:28 PM

I also have another problem. The power window one touch down feature on the drivers side doesn't work. The dealer said that I don't have that feature and that's a bunch of bull. I also read that they decontented that feature in 2000 only in the se fleet models not the se sport. Do you have that feature? If you do, the dealer is so full of [censored]!

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Former owner of a silver 2000 Contour SE Sport ATX








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