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  • Jun 6, I read somewhere that whenever a vehicle with the older L ecoboost engine developed serious problems with rough running while cold.

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    Jun 24, In an unusual move, Ford is phasing out its current liter EcoBoost engine after just four model years.

    I experienced an almost fatal incident with the Autostop. For example, if you look at a particular product or service on the Website, you may later see that same product advertised to you on Facebook. For instance, I told Sync to play the song Pretty Woman. Remember, it takes 65V to get those things started.

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    Ford Escape Classified Forum. As Henry Ford said slightly modified. You can pick any color you want, as long as it's white! It would be interesting to see the torque and power curves for both engines. David Kuga Titanium 2. Twin scroll is suppose to have less turbo lag! Also new engine loses 1 mpg! Originally Posted by waverunner10 View Post. I have read in numerous threads on this forum that the 2.

    I also read the announcements from a couple years ago where Ford said they were retiring the 2. The turbo was switched to a twin spool design and the intake manifold was completely redesigned. So, all of this has lead me to ask, "why? I read somewhere that whenever a vehicle with the older 2. Could this intake distribution of crankcase vapors be one of the issues dealt with on the re-design of a supposedly reliable and still new ish engine? I haven't been able to find anything online addressing the specific differences in these two engines, other than the sales pitch stuff.

    I guess I'm hopeful that the intake valve issue was one of the problems that was tackled with the redesign, since I'm driving a Escape with the 2. I'm just wondering if anyone else here might have a take on this. Thanks, and feel free to move this to a different thread if I'm beating a dead horse, although it's a young racehorse to me. I have pictures of my valves on this forum 75, miles. I'm at just under , miles right now. I plan on doing a second round of valve pictures sometime this summer.

    I haven't heard anything to corroborate what your saying. It could be true, partially true or far off the mark. It is super easy to remove the intake and look at the valves unlike german vehicles. So cleaning them is not that big a deal if you are a halfway decent DIYer. The short life of the 'original' 2. That article also presents the 'corporate line' for the reason - take it for what you will. IMHO modern computer design and prototyping technologies, for both engine parts and production tooling machinery, makes it much less expensive to redesign and change things than in 'the old days'.

    I'd not be surprised to see that a result is shorter 'production life' of things like engines across the industry as new tech prompts more rapid changes to stay on the competitive cutting edge. As suggested by HayaiKuruma , so far the 'valve coking' issue associated with some DI engines does not seem to be a prevalent problem with the 'original' 2. Not to say that the issued couldn't be improved on, but it's pretty well accepted now that the problem, associated with DI inherently lacking fuel-wash of the valves, can vary significantly in terms of 'degree' even among the early DI motors depending on a lot of factors.

    In the case of the original 2. Having said that, I'd certainly expect that with the second gen 2. Bottom line, as evidenced by your own research, it's hard to find much suggesting a reliability or performance problem with the original 2. Melman and TomB like this.

    Help us help you - what is your year, engine, drivetrain, trim and SYNC version? To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater.

    You currently have 0 posts. Especially since SUVs and trucks are exploding in popularity. My understanding is that the 'original' 2. Now that marriage is over Ford put in their own design. Red Kuga likes this. I don't recall reading on this forum about anyone having to replace the head on the 2. A dead horse so far. BB code is On. Add Thread to del. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links.

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