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Worked on the the Crown Vic today
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My wife and I changed out the CHT sensor today. Not much room to work in (see pic) but we got it done. The light was coming on, so far so good since we replaced the sensor.

The first pic shows is the during, second pic is the sensor location and the last is with it all put back together.


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The newer stuff ain't like workin' on a the old mustang is it ? I finally had to buy an OBD 2 scanner to work on my wifes car . Sad

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One advantage of the newer stuff is initial startup. When I had the Jeep 3.7 powerturd rebuilt the startup was easy. The wife turned the key and it started. No messing with timing, no screwing with idle settings, no worries about being 180 backward on the distributor. No cam break in.

That being said, I still like our old stuff...

'Mike'
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