Ford Finds New Use for UView’s AirLift – UnderhoodService

Ford Finds New Use for UView’s AirLift

This innovative product from UView inspired some pretty innovative thinking over at Ford. As mentioned on Ford's TSB 08-3-7, Ford was able to use AirLift's vacuum test function to perform an EGR Cooler Leak test and an Oil Cooler Leak test on the F-Super Duty, Excursion and E-Series engines. Using the vacuum testing feature of ....

This innovative product from UView inspired some pretty innovative thinking over at Ford. As mentioned on Ford’s TSB 08-3-7, Ford was able to use AirLift’s vacuum test function to perform an EGR Cooler Leak test and an Oil Cooler Leak test on the F-Super Duty, Excursion and E-Series engines. Using the vacuum testing feature of UView’s AirLift Professional Cooling System Tool, designated an essential tool at Ford, the AirLift helped to identify the problem on these complex engines.

This essential tool can be used on more than just a vehicle’s cooling systems as Ford found out. The AirLift Tool is a must have item for every Technician’s tool box and will quickly become your most used tool for cooling system services. AirLift is the most effective and fastest tool for eliminating airlocks and refilling cooling systems including the heater core and reduces the time it takes to do a cooling system service.

AirLift is manufactured by UView. For more information, visit www.uview.com

AirLift Product Number: 550000.

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