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This is a lean condition code, I'd recommend starting with cleaning the MAF sensor. I'm sure you can find a fairly detailed procedure for that if you google for it. There are also other possible causes for that code, I'd say follow the steps in this article to diagnose and fix: https://www.aa1car.com/library/ford_lean_codes.htm


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It depends on the type of battery that you have. All batteries have what is called a self-discharge rate. It means that the battery loses certain percentage of charge just from sitting unconnected without being charged. The best answer would be to purchase a battery maintainer, such as the "battery tender" brand, or any other that is ...


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I do what you are describing every winter in my RV and it starts fine in the spring, I have a marine disconnect on the negative terminal specifically for this purpose, and it's been fine sitting 4 to 5 months each winter since 2014. Regular lead acid batteries do have a significant self discharge rate and by the time spring rolls around you are going to be ...


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If you do only as you describe, you'll probably return to a completely dead and useless battery. According to the usbattery web site: don’t expect to charge your batteries and come back in the spring expecting everything to be okay The freezing point of a fully charged battery is listed as -80 °F and a fully discharged battery freezes at 20 °F. That may be ...


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Make sure there are no leaks. A pressure tester can help you do this. Or you can keep running it and monitor usage by noticing if the level drops after multiple uses. But with engine temps varying like they are I would do a pressure test and confirm it isn't a head gasket problem or air getting into the system. If it passes a pressure test, the most likely ...


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