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1. Ensure battery connections are tight and not corroded. Ensure 60-pin connector on Single Board Engine Controller (SBEC) is fully engaged and retaining screw is tight. Check for pushed-out connectors and bent terminals. SBEC is located in left front corner of engine compartment, near horns on left fender. 2. Ensure electrical connections on intake manifold heater relays are tight and not corroded. Intake manifold heater relays are mounted on inner wheelwell. 3. Check for loose or defective electrical connections on starter motor. Ensure electrical connections are installed on charge air temperature sensor and air temperature switch and wiring is okay. Charge air temperature sensor and air temperature switch are located in intake manifold cover. 4. Check for loose or defective electrical connection on engine speed sensor. Engine speed sensor is located on front of engine. Ensure electrical connector is installed on water-in-fuel sensor. Water-in-fuel sensor is located in bottom of fuel/water separator filter. 5. Ensure electrical connection is installed on shutoff solenoid valve and KSB valve on fuel injection pump. 6. Check for tightness and corrosion on electrical connections on intake manifold heater. Intake manifold heater is a grid heater installed between air inlet housing and intake manifold. Air inlet housing is attached to intercooler outlet duct, which is connected to intercooler, located in front of radiator. 7. Check for binding throttle linkage and defective throttle return spring. Ensure ground cable, located near alternator, is tight. Check for leaking fuel lines. 8. Check air filter for restriction and damage. Ensure intercooler inlet and outlet duct clamps are tight.

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