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Old 09-29-2013, 12:38 AM   #21
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Ahhhh, ok I would need

Both strategy codes
Full name
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xcal id # off back of xcal , would start with XP

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Ahhhh, ok I would need

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where could i find the strategy code???
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That can only be found with a flasher or located on the ECU is the ECU code

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ok, great!! i'll send the details to your e-mail when i get the device!!
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Hi Tom!! I want to ask you about the Injected Thermostat. What does it do exactly? and should i get it? i live in a hot country, so would it benefit the engine? thank you.
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Hi Tom!! I want to ask you about the Injected Thermostat. What does it do exactly? and should i get it? i live in a hot country, so would it benefit the engine? thank you.
By lowering the thermostat opening temps it makes the engine run cooler then adding a tune to turn on the fans sooner you lower the water temps even more

This helps engine safety and performance , with lower coolant temps you get lower cylinder temps which mean less chance on spark knock , less fuel used

You can buy the 180 thermostat at your local parts store as well , Parts geek has them
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07 2007 Mazda 3 Thermostat 2.0L 4 Cyl GAS Stant
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Product Note: OE Exact Thermostat Water Outlet Assembly -- 180 Degree; OE Temperature; Seal included
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2007 (07) Mazda 3 2.0L 4 Cyl GAS

Well worth adding and I also custom tune for them

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By lowering the thermostat opening temps it makes the engine run cooler then adding a tune to turn on the fans sooner you lower the water temps even more

This helps engine safety and performance , with lower coolant temps you get lower cylinder temps which mean less chance on spark knock , less fuel used

You can buy the 180 thermostat at your local parts store as well , Parts geek has them
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07 2007 Mazda 3 Thermostat 2.0L 4 Cyl GAS Stant
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wow!! thank you tom!! i'll let you know when i get the xcal
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