Nice truck, welcome to the site
Those carbs have fuel tanks, some dirty/old fuel could be in there.
They also have idle mixture screws (which are needle valves) and idle speed...
I don't think mine makes any clicking as I push it, I'll check it later.
Push it on, then crawl under and see if the cables are tight.
Yep, 1987; but, don't forget they had a mechanical version in 1957
Someone suggested the altenator could be the source, I suggested it could be sparkplugs, let's try to narrow it down.
Pull off the altenator belt....
Chet, good idea on the rotors, I've done that many times,
Eric, was the parking brake dragging, or just not able to operate? If dragging, yes it...
Good job. If the other boot is torn, that side may be saved for awhile. Replacement boots are available. Very few of us like them, because they are...
Did you look at the "for sale" on this site, someone might be selling what you need?
Now, that is true and could be the reason for the change the fluid and the tranny will fail story.
I think that's an old wives tale.
Eric, I know what you mean about prices, we have the same prices in NB, with a 13% sales tax.
Wish I could help more.
Why not just change the ATF
I'm missing something here, how could you wear out two sets of pads and one set of rotors in 10,000 miles?
You have the door open right? Forget the fuse panel inside, do the underhood one first. If nothing stands out there, then worry about the inside...
@TimTom64b he changed his description to "it's a continuoius noise until I come to a stop". Now sounds like something that rotates.
I guess what I'm thinking, unless they're warped, or used with old pads, how bad could they be with only 10 k on them?
So, how bad are the rotors? Does the pedal pulse when you brake?
Haha, thanks for the update, glad it's working
Thanks for the update Mike, I know 7 is one of the AFM cylinders, hoping for a better outcome.
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