FORD SCORPIO

1985-1994 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Ford Skorpio
+ 1.1. Identification of the car
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
- 5. Fuel system
   5.1. Technical characteristic
   5.2. Fuel
   5.3. Unleaded gasoline of V6, 2.4 engines and 2.9 dm3
   + 5.4. System of air supply
   + 5.5. PIERBURG carburetor
   + 5.6. WEBER 2V carburetor
   + 5.7. WEBER 2V TLD carburetor
   + 5.8. System of injection of fuel
   5.9. Removal and installation of an inlet collector
+ 6. Coupling
+ 7. Transmissions
+ 8. Driveshaft and back bridge
+ 9. Steering
+ 10. Suspension brackets
+ 11. Brake system
+ 12. Wheels and tires
+ 13. Body
+ 14. Electric equipment


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5.3. Unleaded gasoline of V6, 2.4 engines and 2.9 dm3

GENERAL INFORMATION

All V6, 2,4 engines and 2,9 dm3 can use unleaded gasoline 95 (unleaded Premium).

On dm3 engines 2,9, with the mechanical transmission, established since December, 1988, and the models with the automatic transmission established since July, 1988 when using unleaded gasoline there is no need to regulate ignition parameters. These models can be distinguished on a suffix after number on the ignition module. Models with the mechanical transmission have to have a suffix of "JA", model with the automatic transmission - "BD".

On all other models the moment of ignition has to be corrected before using unleaded gasoline. It can be made, having established a wire an octane correction. On dm3 engines 2,4 and 2,9 this wire has to be established and the red entrance is grounded – it will reduce the ignition moment on 4 ° from a preset value 12 ° before VMT, having determined the correct size of delay 8 ° before VMT.

On cars with the catalyst only unleaded gasoline has to be used.