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this is a 1983 Lincoln Mark VI i would save your money and buy a mustang or some fast car this is a bad idea nos is not hard on the engine if u have a good tune and run the right jets and all its not a easy thing to just hook up and go it takes time any money and a tune to make sure ur not runing to lean or rich and might need to run cooler plugs as well but if this is your every day car dont do it its a bad idea and if u get pulled over with the bottle hooked up they will impound the car and all its for off road use only!
Ask your mechanics to look into these things: Plug Coils. (Pic below) Better replace with Used ones (Japan made) from half-cuts than to buy brand new genuine Honda (Thai made) because the latters only last me for less than 18 months ! (Not to mention costing an arm and a leg !)VTEC engine required 4 nos; I-DSI needed double (8 nos) due to 8 spark plugs within.......all the best, Billy.
Cylds are numbered 1234 on the right side from front to rear . Meaning rightside if standing behind car facing rear bumper. Left side is 5678 front to rear of engine . So Nos 5 & 6 are the first two Cylds. on the left side of engine.
NOS is Nitros Oxide or Laughing gas. Basically it is like pumping very cold oxygen into your motor which makes the petrol burn much faster ,hotter and cleaner . This delivers close to 90% of the power from your fuel instead of the usual 60% This puts a HUGE load on pistons, conrods ,bearings and your transmission. If you buy a nitrous kit for your car, all the relevant plumbing etc should be included , however I would suggest you talk to your local speed shop and engine rebuilder as to what mods you should do to your specific engine. Personally I would buy a spare engine to play with , then, when it explodes you can put the old one back in while you are rebuilding your silly motor. Endless fun and a great way to spend your money.
I'm sorry I don't have more for you. I could not locate a dtc for "P1055", but did find some info for "P1035". It is for the bank 1, sensor 1 O2 sensor heater circuit. I would check fuse nos. 16 and 34 in the underhood power dist. center first. Next I would look at the connections to the O2 sensors, you should have 4 total. The catalytic convertors, yes there are two, are connected directly to the exhaust manifold, which is a split manifold. Cylinder nos. 1-3 empty into the front section while cylinders 4-6 empty into the rear section. There should be an O2 sensor before each convertor and after each convertor.
are you able to remove your stereo from car if you can you will need to supply me with your serial no. which will start with m then six nos. or it will start with v & six nos if its v i will need part no as well thanx.if you can't take it to a ford dealer they can take it out for you.