I would check that the rotor has no wobble of any amount. if thats good then remove the distributor and check the cam distributor gear.
I agree, a motor not spinning up because of a poor connection, or a bad bearing.
Sounds like things are really begining to work for you. Snow is going (slowly) and temps maderating in may part of the country so the same weather should
I had my burb up for sale but it never hit the price I wanted so I kept it. Ironically I just put more money into the body...chased
He/she/it ... is as hard as a hookers heart.
"...take the bull by the tail and face the situation." (W.C. Fields)
My question is... would the 6.0L oil filter size make a difference in my 5.3L engine? Im using napa gold (wicks). Just curious.
Thanks Pikey: Looks like I will start with the compressor and the next month move to shocks. I will keep it stock as it looks like about the same as a
Check this previous thread.
It is a 2 year old post You can try emailing him..
Well..............The Tailights quit working again. It WAS a grounding issue, but not where you would suspect it! After replacing all the Fuses, the Turn
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