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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-07-2010, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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Got some tuner parts

My Sub started running poorly last week. It felt like it was missing or the tranny was slipping. I figured that with all the driving and towing I was doing something bad happened. Turns out the #1 spark plug wire had fallen onto the header and burned through. Luckily it was the first thing I checked and I had a spare. The bad part is these wires were only about 2 months old. So anyways, I bought some sleeves for them to prevent this from happening again. I ordered them from Summit Racing on Tuesday and they came today.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-13-2010, 05:31 PM
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So did you find it like my son found his? Motor runnin and tuch each one. No just kiddin could have been worse glad it was easy fix.
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LOL. The thing was burned through so badly I saw it almost as soon as I opened the hood. I got the truck safety inspected and registered in Texas the other day too. I was really worried it wasn't going to pass the inspection for some reason.
I have to install a heater next, before it gets too cold around here. I'm just about done building workbenches in my shop so I'll be able to knock that out pretty soon.
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