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Old 02-13-2013, 07:36 PM   #1
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05 focus vibration

Hey guys this is the first time I have posted on here! Anyways I have an 05 focus ZX4 SES, I recently put a custom CAI and changed the spark plugs and changed the oil because I was getting horrible gas mileage hoping I would fix the problem. But now when the car warms up and I am driving and start slowing down in gear (standard) I get this vibration when I take my foot off the gas peddle (the RPMs drop and stall if I don't put It in neutral and raise the RPM) not sure what is going on, please help if you have any ideas!

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Old 02-13-2013, 08:29 PM   #2
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did you replace the ignition coil with the plugs?
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:42 PM   #3
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No I didn't, is that the piece between the plugs?
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:06 PM   #4
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Not changing the coils would the car vibrate like that? Right now I don't really care about gas mileage I just want the vibrating thing to stop!
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Figured it out a friend of mine is a licensed mechanic and I described what was going on he said try taking off the CAI filter and make a short ram out of it instead (his theory was the filter got wet from a puddle or snow whatever and froze and couldn't breath while frozen) so I did this, brought the filter in at night let it defrost and changed my CAI into a short ram and it ran perfectly!
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Figured it out a friend of mine is a licensed mechanic and I described what was going on he said try taking off the CAI filter and make a short ram out of it instead (his theory was the filter got wet from a puddle or snow whatever and froze and couldn't breath while frozen) so I did this, brought the filter in at night let it defrost and changed my CAI into a short ram and it ran perfectly!
I'm currently in that boat! My cars sick( with described problems that started on a rainy night and then it got real cold), but I just got a deal on a steeda Sri for a 2012 ( I have an 06 , but for the price I couldn't let this piece go! ) and will try this in the morning. Crossing my fingers that the maf,s are the same, and that it'll fit.
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Good luck!
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