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-**Direct-injected engines** like the EcoBoost 3.5 available in the Transit can experience **carbon build-up on the intake valves**.  Although relative uncommon, it can require head removal to address:+**Direct-injected engines** like the EcoBoost 3.5 available in the Transit can experience **carbon build-up on the intake valves**.  Although uncommon in normal use, it could be more common for vandwellers (see below) and requires removal of the head to address:
  
 > "The only Ford-approved course of action at this time is to replace the cylinder head, though he also said, “Manual cleaning with a brush and various carbon dissolving products has been used with great success on vehicles out of warranty.”((https://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2015/01/is-carbon-buildup-a-problem-with-direct-injection-engines-.html)) > "The only Ford-approved course of action at this time is to replace the cylinder head, though he also said, “Manual cleaning with a brush and various carbon dissolving products has been used with great success on vehicles out of warranty.”((https://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2015/01/is-carbon-buildup-a-problem-with-direct-injection-engines-.html))
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 +The EcoBoost may [[https://www.bluespringsfordparts.com/blog/ecoboost-shudder|shudder or enter limp mode]] in extremely humid conditions. 
  
  
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