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Discussion in 'News Articles' started by finisher14, Dec 22, 2019.

  1. finisher14

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    2011 3.5 has been going into limp mode a lot here the last few days reading up on different threads people have said condensation in ic may be problem so ive drilled a 1/16 hole in ic and changed plugs. it still does it any one have any different ideas of why this happening
     
  2. Geek-O-Boost

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    Getting any check engine lights? Have you used a scan tool to read for any codes?
     
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    When is this happening? When is the last time you changed out the spark plugs? It may not be a condensation issue at all.
     
  4. ljn21

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    If no codes being stored, could try a logging tool like Torque Pro or HPT to watch parameters realtime to see whats happening.
     

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