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2006 Ford E-350 Super Duty 6.0L oil pressure VIN: 1FDWE35P36
HELP!!! This ambulance is throwing me for a loop. Towed in with no start, engine siezed. Remove and go through engine- bearings toasted. Overhaul engine- replacing lpop (gerotor), hpop (material in ipr), bearings (rod & main), crankshaft (known good used- magn...

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1996 Ford Ranger XLT 2.3L No power VIN: 1FTCR14A8T
Thanks guys for your help. I drove another truck with same engine, and the difference in power was not that much. Things that I found wrong while testing was the intake & plenum gasket bolts were not evenly tight, found a loose ground strap from intake to fire...
2004 Lincoln LS 3.0L Stall VIN: 1LNHM86SX4
Thanks to all that replied. We went back through all our data to make sure we were not missing anything and discovered that we never unplugged the MAF sensor. Once we did the car ran good. We retraced all wires in pigtail and those tested good. We removed the ... Trouble codes: P2195 (heated 02 sensor B1S1), P2197 (heated 02 sensor B2S1).
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