yep it is me. She still has not replied. Oh well. I thought it was funny. Screw the couch, It is nice out now. I'll go in the back sleep in the shed with
Greased my slip yoke since the shop that installed my T-case put no grease on it at all. The noise was driving me crazy. I also noticed that my brand
You're so sleeping on the couch, tonight.
We have an issue with our 2008 Suburban that several shops have not be able to resolve. Any help is appreciated...
Randomly (once a week),
Again... if it ran fine before... my guess it is a direct relation to what you had changed. If not then I'd look into what Pikey says.
The iridium plugs come pregapped. You should check the gap when you get them. It is not correct you should not attempt to correct it, you will damage
WOW, Glad everyone is ok. Hope you don't have a concussion.
It didn't click in my head that it had the coil packs... if it ran fine before you changed the wires then my guess is its the wires. I know in the older
There is no cap and rotor on a 2004 suburban 5.3L, it uses a coil pack above each cylinder. I do agree that you might want to check wire connections,
Biggest thing is take your time... take some pics before disassembly it will more than you know when you go to put it all back together. Be sure you
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