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  1. I taught both my kids to drive stick shifts; wish I had a stick now so I could teach the grandkids. Could be done but I don't work for chicken feed.
    2 points
  2. Yeah just to prove the boost leak I unhooked the waste gate hose left it open then pulled one manifold bolt I only lost 5 psi total from 45 as a top. Noise very audible but no real change in EGTs. I've had a bolt blow out one before towing but no big issue. Here the air blowing out and still drove home.
    1 point
  3. Fuel sender for DAP... They do carry the full senders in stock... Thanks @dieselautopower
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  4. Every one on the property here all rather drive MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS. Automatics are for sissies and snowflakes. Sad but true we have a few automatics here. 1996 Dodge Ram with a modified 46RE more like 47RE and shift kit. Then @Wet Vetteshe has a Hyundai Automatic but does allow for manual shifting of all 6 gears. Where I like to play more.
    1 point
  5. Valet button ! and what would that be for I wonder, I didn't find any buttons on mine
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  6. See if your buddies know any shops. Some are just after you money. Got 3 grandsons in the Army and their downfall is car dealerships. They seem to have learned quick but usually after one bad experience. I wish you luck. On a different note my old man spent time down your way back in 42. Paris island and short stint at Lejune before moving on to more training. Thanks for what you are doing for the country.
    1 point
  7. A couple times on different vehicles I have suspected that the wheel bearing was the issue, but even with it up on the lift I could not "feel" a problem. No movement on the dial indicator nothing. Mentioned this problem to my local parts guy (been in the business YEARS...pretty darn clever) and he said he had run into that also. He suggested loosening the spindle nut, thereby removing the preload, and spinning the wheel. (of course re-torque it if no issues) VOILA!!! the bearing felt like hell. Tighten the spindle nut, felt fine, loosen the spindle nut, felt like hell. Pretty
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