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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
find it comicall that the last 3 suggestions all though im sure they wanted to help , not an appliance background on any of them.GOOD SHOW!! you state you just recieved this unit??? did you buy it from a dealer new, or aquire it second hand from another source?? without seeing it for myself im takin you word that its sized incorrctly. did you try calling the manufacture ( they would know their product better then anyone and if there is a discrpency they will be able offer you a solution)definatly should not be relocating or unhooking cooling fans to install the unit. 1-800-735-4328
i did download an installation manual, didnt have your model but checked a few and seemed to be the same. asking that you install the supplied pressure regulator, perhaps you didnt install that and thats where the pipe sizing diff is.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
The half inch tubing should be adequate under most circumstances. However, you may run into volume issues while using the oven and a few burners at the same time. If it bothers you, replace it. The door should be flush (or close to it) on the sides and the top. If you have an air gap, check the hinges.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
okay remove your driverside sparkplug the one closes to the front this should be #1 piston put a screw driver in the hole but dont let it bind, slowly click the starter until the srew driver come up all the way up this is top dead center TDC now look at the rotor and where the cap lines up this #1 second is#8 piston on the pass side closes to the fire wall or cab so, on the engine #1 piston234 onthe driver side 5678 on the pass side and in order on the cap it should be 1 8 4 3 6 5 7 2 also make sure you didnt drop the dist in wrong and hav it 180 degrees backwards dont get frustated stop and try again later also make sure this is the right firing order for your dodge i gave you a chevy fire order but i am almost positve this is the order for all v8s
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on May 16, 2010
Hello. Please check your Coolant Temperature Sensor. It tell the PCM what the engine temperature is so that I can adjust the injectors and Air/fuel mixture. If it can't get an accurate temperature it goes to the default level. When you first start the engine it is cold, and the adjustment is good, but when it gets warmer the air molicules are farther apart, this means when warm, air is thinner. Thinner air getting the same amount of fuel means that the air/fule mixture is going to be "richer." or more gas per fuel. That is why your Mountaineer idles higher, same amount of gas, thinner (less) air.. I hope this helps you understand what happens in this system, and why I believe that this amy be your trouble. Thank you for trusting FixYa.com to help get you going! Please rate the solution by your experience, Thank you.
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
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