Tony Wesley wrote:
> John R Cambron wrote:
> > Sounds like the throttle body needs cleaning. My 2003 US ZX3
> > with a 2.0 ztec does the same thing when the engine is not
> > under load. Ford has a service procedure for cleaning the
> > throttle body.
> For those who don't know, John is our one man "Focus Fleet Tester",
> managing to accumulate annual mileage more typical of a fleet than one
> driver. I have about 102,000 on my 2001, but I can't hold a candle to
> John, what's the odometer show nowadays?
Kicked it over 217,000 this week.
In the post I made in the thread titled "Re: 2004 Focus Zetec"
on 07 26 2005 I quoted "over 218,000" that was incorrect. It
was closer to 214,000 during that week. Do so many miles it's
hard to remember how many miles I have gone.
Changing the oil tomorrow morning, changed the air filter this
morning. rotated the tires last weekend.
Really nice having an air compressor and impact wrench, now
all I need is a floor jack. I probably will not get a floor
jack, however when I finely get around to building my garage
in the back yard of my new house I will put a lift in it
Oh that my ZX3 in the distance on the left.
Here is the lift I plan purchasing ML-6 portable lift.
Results of a confrontation with a 150 lb deer at 60 MPH at
around 0130 on October 27 2004.
Thankfully the doe I hit will not be making any more four
legged cockroaches for other motorests to hit on the roads
here in Maryland.
John in the sand box of Marylands eastern shore.