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I have a dd15 freghterliner 2011 with a fault code EEC 61 What do it mean


what engine has it go
if it is a GM detroit 60 series it is no 6 injector circuit board problem
heavy vehicle fault codes are specific to engine or transmission installed in what ever vehicle
take it to a service center for the engine make and have it properly diagnosed

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I have a 1986 ford tempo GL 2.3L throttle body injection vin with a X my problem is when I make a right turn my car tries to stall and when I slow down to stop then it only goes 35 up steep hills


You need to check the fuel pressure and run an EEC-IV fault code tests both the running test and the passive key on engine off test. To run the fault code test using the check engine "blink" method go to the link below. The diagnostic connector is under the hood it is a red triangle shaped connector, it may have a cover on it that is black, it just pulls out of the cover.

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Firing order for 1982 351w in f150 truck


If it's a California truck it's a good chance the ignition is EEC-III (brown grommet on ignition module.)

The EEC-III distributor rotor fires alternately from both sides of the distributor rotor.

The the spark plug wires for an EEC-III distributor will be wired counter clock-wise in a different order.

351w firing order, CCW: 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
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Dies driving f150 1994


The engine in this year is controlled by a computer (called the ECM), the system is called the OBD1 electronic engine control system or EEC IV by Ford. Whenever you have a problem like yours the system will store a fault code in the memory of the computer, what you need to do now is have the OBD1 system tested for codes, you can do this using the Check engine light blink out code. Go HERE to learn to run a fault code test on the EEC IV system.

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What does check dcl mean


DCL is Data Communincations Link... the communication connection between the computers in the instrument cluster and the rest of the car. its usually caused (99% of the time) by a bad connection.

The Data Communications Link (DCL) is a wiring system that allows the sharing of information between the Electronic Engine Control System (EEC-IV) , the Electronic Instrument Cluster (EIC) and external equipment.

The EEC-IV system transmits the following information through the DCL to the EIC:
Engine RPM.
Engine coolant temperature.
EEC-IV malfunction indication.
Fuel used.

The DCL system transmits Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) information to the EIC. The EIC uses MIL information to generate a CHECK ENGINE warning in the event of an engine sensor failure.

The EIC will display the message "CHECK DCL" on its Message Center Display if it is not receiving data from the EEC-IV. This warning is turned off whenever data communication is restored.

The EEC-IV monitors the Data Communication Link for faults. If a fault occurs in data communication a continuous Memory Code is set in the EEC-IV. The DCL Codes (529 for EEC-IV and 533 for EIC) can occur separately or together. These codes are not immediately cleared when data communication is restored.

The existance of a DCL code does NOT mean that a module has failed. also I would check for an oil leak or coolant leak that would be the cause of the smoking under the car.

Check this link for some help on fixing it: http://www.lincolnsonline.com/tech/00086.html

Hope helps.

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No fier from coil to dist fier running throught fier wall


Electronic engine control module-ecm no.1 yellow wire to eec power relay.white/light blue wire to red/light green wire at ignition switch and fusible link, from fusible link white/light blue wire to ignition coil and eec distributer module. the no. 1 yellow wire at the eec power relay should have voltage on it at all times, it also has a fusible link. good luck!

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This is the result of a clogged fuel filter. replace this component ASAP. check the strainer for faults as well. its located o the fuel pump assembly.

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