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Old 11-17-2012, 10:54 AM   #3
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Ok so i have given my st 170 a rest and she drives once every two weeks since i bought my self a fiesta st 150 bhp ,the car now feels super lazy ,it throws cell code imrc stuck open ,well i got a mate to start the car and the clip moves forward and returns to its original position so i guess the imrc does work
When you start the car it should pull forward and STAY it shouldnt return



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alto if i jus turn the key without starting ,theres no movement ,
Correct some SVT move forward with just the key some you have to crank
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im sure its high time for a tune ,i have also read that the DSI controll can be altered via a tune for it to kick in at around 2.5k compared to the 5k ,what difference will this make
You wouldnt want to move the IMRC opening to 2500 , I do move it slightly when tuning but not far
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,im ready financially for a tune ,
I will be glad to help you with that

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i plugged in the sct 9600 and it gave me thisvehicle strategy code ujaha s2 ,i cannot find any other codes on the ecu ,help pleeez
I do my own ECU / Strategy for the SVT so you wouldnt need the ECU code to tune with me

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, btw if i had to ziptie the imrc on the short runners permanently ,wot will be the effect ,thanks guys
It would help with daily driveability but would hurt WOT

Tom
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