Mud in my Veins
Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Memphis, TN
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I understand that .98V may be the original design standard, but I also understand that the EEC-IV is a learning computer that will adapt to minor incosistencies among similar sensors, obviating the necessity to individually calibrate each vehicle coming down the assembly line and each sensor any time it is replaced. This is why Haynes and Ford say that, after a power loss or a sensor change, the engine may run rough until the computer adapts to the sensors again.
83 Custom w/95 4.9L EFI, 78 NP435, 83 NP208, 83 D44IFS 3.07, 87 Ford 8.8ABS 3.08, Michelin LTX AT 31x10.50R15