Another Mystery Solved: The Emissions Pudding

by | Mar 2007 | 2 comments

By John Anello

I was called in to a shop for a no-start complaint on a 1997 Ford E250 (Figure 1) that recently had its 4.2L engine rebuilt. This vehicle was strictly for commercial use, and it had about 317,000 highway miles on it. The owner of the ...

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  1. labscope

    mr ayers could you possibly PDF file this article thanks mark ferraro

    • HRP

      Hi Mark, The PDF is now available. We’ll update the HTML version soon. Thanks.

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A Restoration Story in Photos

A Restoration Story in Photos

Restoration services offer a great opportunity for those possessing the patience to oversee such large projects. It’s not as easy as they make it look on TV. In fact, those TV shows do more harm than good to the real practitioners of the art. It takes more time, more...

read more

2 Comments

  1. labscope

    mr ayers could you possibly PDF file this article thanks mark ferraro

    • HRP

      Hi Mark, The PDF is now available. We’ll update the HTML version soon. Thanks.

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