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97up-list Digest Mon, 03 Apr 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 044

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Denver Diesel prices
Brand New to List
Re: Brand New to List

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From: "Scott Matus" hotmail.com>
Subject: Denver Diesel prices
Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2000 08:12:39 PDT

Saturday, I put in 36.7 Gallons of diesel at the the "Total" station on
Alameda & I-25 for $1.37/Gal.

I guess I have no Compaints about the price I pay.

Sorry guys.

Scott.
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Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2000 17:49:04 -0700
From: Marv Miller lafn.org>
Subject: Brand New to List

Hi guys.

Brand new to this one, though I'm on three other FTE lists, all in digest mode.

Subscribed to ask a question. Since I'm brand new, this may have been endlessly
covered, but how would I know? (I know, the archives, but this is much quicker.)

1999, V-10, pings a lot just before shift points. Dealer says "normal". I'd like
to say BS, but not if it is, indeed, "normal". Anybody know the straight stuff?
Anybody got an aftermarket program for the computer that fixes this?

Thanks,

And now back to our regularly scheduled stuff......

-Marv-
'70 F-250 C/S
'89 F-250 Utility
(Brother's '99)

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From: George Rigney wsnelson.com>
Subject: Re: Brand New to List
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2000 07:57:39 -0500

Dear Marv,

I've never heard ours ping. I doubt if that's normal. What kind of gas are
you using? Have you added a Superchip, a supercharger, or any other
aftermarket stuff? I've been on this list for years and I have never heard
anyone complain of pinging in a Triton engine. There is a known problem
with piston slap, but it occurs when the engine is cold, not before shift
points. What part of the country do you live in? That is, what's your
climate like? The only time I hear pinging is when we stop and the engine
is cooling off or if we pass through a big puddle. Good luck with your
problem.

Regards,
George

1974 Gran Torino Elite 351W
1984 LTD Crown Victoria 302
1999 F250 SD CC V10

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Hi guys.

Brand new to this one, though I'm on three other FTE lists, all in digest
mode.

Subscribed to ask a question. Since I'm brand new, this may have been
endlessly
covered, but how would I know? (I know, the archives, but this is much
quicker.)

1999, V-10, pings a lot just before shift points. Dealer says "normal".
I'd like
to say BS, but not if it is, indeed, "normal". Anybody know the straight
stuff?
Anybody got an aftermarket program for the computer that fixes this?

Thanks,

And now back to our regularly scheduled stuff......

-Marv-
'70 F-250 C/S
'89 F-250 Utility
(Brother's '99)
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