This Ford Fuel Injection Electronic Engine Control 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 manual will help you learn how to Understand, Service and Modify Ford Fuel Injection systems.
This is the authoritative, hands-on book for Ford EEC-IV Engine control Systems used on Ford cars and trucks. More than 16 million cars and trucks are covered by this book.
As with his acclaimed Bosch fuel injection book, author Charles Probst worked with Ford engineers, trainers and technicians to bring you inside information on the operation of Ford engine control. His comprehensive troubleshooting, service procedures and tips will help you master Ford»s engine control system.
For the best high-performance tuning information Probst went straight to the experts-Ford»s own Special Vehicle Operations (SVO). He also includes recommendations from some of the best-known Ford tuners and aftermarket parts suppliers.
No other book gives you this much detailed, proven information, with 454 pages, including model-specific wiring diagrams, trouble codes and test specifications, and hundreds of photos and illustrations.
Covers 1988-1993 with EEC-IV Multi-Port Fuel Injection,
Mark VII, VIII
Over 200 pages of test specifications and wiring diagrams
Step-by-step procedures for troubleshooting and service
Fundamentals and theory on the operation of EEC-IV and MECS systems
How to read 2- and 3-digit trouble codes-what is your engine telling you?
Questionable tuning tricks to avoid
In-depth coverage of today»s alternate and reformulated fuels-how they affect driveability, performance and car design
‘If you»re eager to learn more about Ford EFI or if you»re one of the thousands of Mustang EFI 5.0 tuners, this book is like a road map that will point you in the right direction for mastering Ford»s mysterious black box and making it jump to your commands.’
-Hot Rod Magazine
by Charles O. Probst, SAE
8 1/2 by 11 in.
430 photos and illustrations
110 wiring diagrams
Ford SVO Part No. M-1832-Z1