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Old 11-24-2011, 10:43 AM   #3
Fernando_221
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Originally Posted by 1turbofocus View Post
None are in the US , altho they do have a small MAP sensor there are no fuel tables for it and the MAP part of the ECU is not used for any WOT fueling

I looked those codes up and dont have them in my US list , what year Focus is this ?

Tom
Hi Tom,

It's year 2006 but I'm from Brazil, all Duratec Focus MK1 here are speed density based.
I'm having trouble with neutral rev limiter, can't set it to another value, it doesn't work. I have the stock at 3900rpm or I don't have any rev limiter (neutral or driving). All rev limiters goes out when I set the traction control module off. The car runs better with traction control module off but this way I don't have the rev limiters.

Thank you
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