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  • Q.

    What about my T-bird, 6 cylinder Mustang, SHO Taurus, Lightning Truck, etc.can you add support for my vehicle?

  • A.

    First thing, get the processor code from your vehicle. Support is added by processor, not vehicle. I don't know what

processor you have in your specific vehicle. Send an email to support@eec-tuner.com with the processor number, and someone will get back to you.

  • Q.

    Can I use my EEC Tuner in more than one vehicle?

  • A.

    Yes. You can hook up the EEC Tuner in any vehicle you have that has one of the supported processors. Of course,

you can only use it in one vehicle at a time, and the active modifications must correspond to the processor in the vehicle you are working with.

Q. I want to use the EEC Tuner to change my idle from the stock 725 rpm to 950 to accommodate my new E303 Camshaft. I have an A9L processor. What do I do?

A. Open the EEC Tuner software. Click on the File->New menu item. Enter A9L NEUTRAL_IDLE 950 END Save the file, then click on the DOWNLOAD button on the upper left of the application window.

  • Q.

    Why the EEC Tuner? Why not a chip or an aftermarket Engine management system?

  • A.

    Chips are great if you want someone else to set up you car, and don't want to make further modifications. Any

changes once the chip is set up require going back to your chip vendor (and paying for reprogramming). All computers and engine management systems require the user to set up the base operation for their vehicle. The EEC architecture is widely accepted as the best mass-produced engine management system around. It makes sense to leverage off an excellent base that is already integrated to your current vehicle wiring harnesses, sensors (throttle position sensor, egr position sensor, oxygen sensors, mass airflow sensor, etc.) and actuators (fuel injectors, solenoid control, idle/bypass valve control, egr control, etc.). If you want to retain the Ford EEC computer, built for your vehicle, backed by extensive Ford research and development, and want to make you own modifications with no additional charges, the EEC Tuner is for you!

  • Q.

    Can I use low impedance injectors with the EEC Tuner.

  • A.

    The EEC Tuner alters the software used to operate your EEC-IV(V) processor. It does not change any hardware

characteristics of the engine management system. Low impedance injectors require low impedance injector drivers in the PCM. The 89-95 Mustangs use high impedance drivers that would have to be changed. I know there are shops that do the conversion. If you have a recommendation for a shop that does this modification, send email (support@eec- tuner.com). We will post the pointer here to help folks out. Information on how to make the swap for DIYers is also desired.

  • Q.

    What are my support options?

  • A.

    Your EEC-Tuner dealer or http://www.egroups.com/group/EECTuner or www.sn95.com or www.eec-tuner.com

  • Q.

    What type of performance increase can I expect from the EEC Tuner?

  • A.

    That depends entirely on the modifications you make to your current vehicle set up.

  • Q.

    Can I make changes on the fly? Without turning off the vehicle?

  • A.

    No, you must turn the vehicle off. Turn the ignition to on and download your file. Then turn it back off and start the

vehicle.

  • Q.

    Can I use the cable and software to dump my chip?

  • A.

    No, Shiftmaster can do this for you (25.00) or a Shiftmaster dealer

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