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Jun 27, 2011 - 15 posts
They have an entirely different PATS system that does not have an .... I've had a '99CVPI PCM in my '98 MGM for about 10 months now, even ... For ANY of you 1998-2000 Grand Marquis or non-police Crown Victoria guys, ...
iver johnson single barrel champion shotguns with a single letter suffix to the serial number were manufactured between 1920 and 1929. it seem that most of the 410 were used quite a bit and very few are in excellent condition. the original finish was an oil finished stock, browned barrel and case hardened frame.
CHAMPION MODEL 36--------------------------------1909-1922
Single barrel; rebounding center mounted hammer; top lever operated break open design; gauges: 12, 16, and 20; barrel length: 28, 30, and 32 inches (features barrel and lug forged in one piece) bored full chock only; American black Walnut but* stock and fore-end; automatic extractors; weight 6¾ pounds; overall length with 30 inch barrel 45 inches; case hardened receiver (nickel available as option), browned barrel; automatic ejectors extra cost option; .410 bore, 24 and 28 gauges offered in 1913; 24 gauge dropped 1928; all gauges except 12 dropped after 1941; name changed to Champion single Barrel in 1917.
CHAMPION SINGLE BARREL---------------------------1923-1978
This is the same gun as the earlier Model 36 champion except that the smaller gauges are now built on the same frame as the large gagues. See above picture for specifications. The exact year production stopped has not yet been determined. Some of these single barrel shotguns have been seen with Canadian marking, these were most likely shipped to Canada and then marked as there is no evidence that Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works ever had a manufacturing factory in Canada
The Passive Anti-Theft System (PATS) is fully passive in operation and requires no special procedures by the driver to arm or disarm the system. It is invisible to normal scrutiny and is operated by a miniature transponder within the key body. The transponder communicates with the powertrain control module through a transceiver mounted around the ignition switch lock barrel. The PATS functionality is incorporated within the powertrain control module.
PATS may be identified by a larger than normal sized ignition key. A larger sized ignition key indicates the presence of the transponder that controls the system.
The transponder code reading is carried out when the key. having been inserted into the ignition lock barrel is turned from position "0" to position "II" to crank the engine. If the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) receives the correct code the engine will start. If the PCM receives either no code or an incorrect code the engine will not crank and PATS remains armed and the engine immobilised.
Whenever the ignition is switched on the anti-theft indicator will remain on for three seconds while the system reads the ignition key code.
The anti-theft indicator will flash rapidly or glow continuously after the initial three seconds to indicate the PATS has immobilised the vehicle.
pats is the system that is controlled by your key the pats transponder and the pcm,it is a security system the system is relitivly easy to fix I ask you to please log on to you tube and check out ford focus no start it will explain the easy fix you have to do.I could try to explain it to you but it would be easier for you to watch the video and it will fully explain it to you
Read the barrel on the top, left side, back near the receiver. It'll tell you the gauge, the chamber length, the choke type etc. if it says "fixed choke", it's forged into the barrel and can't be changed. If it's a "poly choke", older gun, it'll have grip knurlings on the barrel muzzle that you twist. If it's a "win choke" or "accu-choke", it has a removeable choke tube in the muzzle of the barrel. There will be two notches that fit a choke tool. Seriously, though, just fire the gun as it was when you bought it and don't even bother with the choke until you get some experience and know what you want. This is a bit older question so there's no doubt in my mind you already answered your own question and are an expert with the gun. This answer is more aimed at the folks who will search on the same topic and might see this. Great gun, btw....congrats!
Yes, you have PATS II. There is a tranceiver on the ignition barrel and a transponder in every factory key. If the transceiver cannot read your key, the red security light will blink rapidly.If this happens, make sure you are using a factory key and there are no other factory keys near the switch. If it continues to blink rapidly, you might try removing the PATS ring from the key barrel and placing a factory key in the center of the ring. I have done this successfully in the past. If it works, tape up the key inside the ring and place it in the open space in the steering column shroud. Then remove the transponder from any other factory keys. You can then have keys made at a hardware store, as your one transponder inside the column will constantly respond to the PATS system.