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#565803 - 13/03/19 01:05 PM Re: 2012 Roadster with Ford Cyclone 3.7l engine [Re: CooperMan]
Richard Wood Online   NoMood
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Registered: 03/02/16
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Loc: East Harling, Norfolk UK
Originally Posted By CooperMan
Doug, it may be worth checking if the filter housing is fitted with the original Ford spec of a dry paper filter, or has the owner swopped it for a K&N type which are 'oiled'

This oil can lead to MAF contamination

Worse is this Cyclone engined SP1 with breather fitting upstream of sensor albeit disconnected.

What were MMC thinking!

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#565808 - 13/03/19 01:41 PM Re: 2012 Roadster with Ford Cyclone 3.7l engine [Re: Mogdriver]
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Well spotted Richard, that'll blow some nice hot oil / crankcase air fog over the sensor, eek !
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#565831 - 13/03/19 03:23 PM Re: 2012 Roadster with Ford Cyclone 3.7l engine [Re: John V6]
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Originally Posted By John V6
Originally Posted By Heinz
Originally Posted By John V6
Luftmassensensor-Reiniger LIQUI MOLY 4066, 200ml

It is an air mass sensor cleaner Liqui Moly 4066;th=1&psc=1

John, if you can pronounce „Luftmassensensor-Reiniger“ in German I owe you a beer smile

Das ist ganz einfach. Ein Helles fur mich. Danke


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