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Old 02-13-2013, 12:07 PM   #21
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Sorry making a correction its 285,000 just seen I put 3 my bad. hope I didn't jinxs it now lol
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Real trucks don't have spark plugs.
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Real trucks don't have spark plugs.

Real truck don't need a grand in repairs every couple of months.
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I just started this pig after it sitting for almost 2 weeks and wow does it run even worse, the check engine light is freaking out, it feels like it is a 2 cylinder now.
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Oh man that sucks I think you got a lemon lol
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I replaced coil packs on cylinders 6&7 man was it easy, 5 minutes each. I did pull all the others to check them, 6&7 look like they came out of the ocean after sitting there for a few years, truck runs smooth, I did make one huge mistake, I dropped a bolt when putting the last coil pack back in, I have no idea where it went, I ordered another bolt cost me 18 cents. getting the check engine light reset then looking to trade it in before it craps out again.
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