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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by GRI, Apr 2, 2013.

  1. GRI

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    Talking with mike from 5 star. He thinks its a spark plug or coil pack going bad. Wouldn't I get a misfire code or something?

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    Weird that it coincided with the CAI install. I was still betting on an air leak somewhere, but yeah bad coil pack can cause that.
     
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    How do I check the coils ? Is there any place else to check for unmetered air?

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    Well it isn't the plugs. Changed them yesterday. I need to know where the cpv is located and what the part number is. The dealer is asking which one I am talking about. The one on the canister or the other one

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    Help guys. The ford dealer has two part numbers and I don't even know where the thing is

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    I thought that ticking when you first start up the truck is normal??

    I was told that because the oil is resting at the bottom when you first crank it takes a few seconds for the oil to cycle and then the noise goes away.

    i would say its more of a flutter that i hear when i start it up but it goes away pretty quick.
     

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