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Old 08-03-2012, 11:19 PM
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That's a big *** MNT DEW can. Must just be for yall NW folks.

I always love to tell a girl to MTN DEW me.
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IT was a pretty big one, i didn't know they sold those till a friend showed me one time. Then i found them at the local walmart store it was about the price of a 2 liter bottle but i figured it has already payed for itself.
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Those pics are nice. Good looking ride.
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First, here's my bossy bronco tearing through a big puddle I found in Macy's parking lot:

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Next, on the beach:
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Then she copped an attitude and decided to stop starting.

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Now we're reunited and it's so good

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That was a great story. Did you figure out why she wouldn't start?
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I have a sneaking suspicion that water you ran over decided to fight back and get under your cap. Unless those were 2 different events.
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I have a sneaking suspicion that water you ran over decided to fight back and get under your cap. Unless those were 2 different events.
Actually the splash was like 3 weeks earlier. Its weird. The next morning it started no problem.
A cry for attention I suppose
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Dgabriele, haven't seen you around in a while. I know it's fun, but if possible, avoid water, or high speeds over water. There are a lot of parts that can lose lubrication to water and it can get expensive and annoying. The truck stoped working probably because water got inside the distributor cap from the high speed water run (just saw your post, disregard this sentence).

P.S.: Great pic nonetheless!.
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The truck stoped working probably because water got inside the distributor cap from the high speed water run (just saw your post, disregard this sentence).
Even though the water may not have caused the problem, it has caused me plenty of them so I try to stay away, at least with high speeds (and now pressure washers). After I pressure washed mine I had stumbling in low RPM. I tried to dry out inside the distributor, tried to clean plug terminals and it didn't go away. It was pretty annoying. However after I installed my new headers, then managing to crack some of the existing spark plugs in half by trying to pull out my old manifolds repeatedly, then replacing them with new plugs, my problems went away!

Anyways, I try to avoid water now. Besides, when I do drive in puddles, water clogs my P.A. speaker! Then I can't yell at people.

That first picture is pretty cool too. It almost looks Photoshopped by how the focus is on the bronco, but everything else is blurry. I wouldn't have been able to take a picture like that! And even when your truck is dirty, it's ultra shiny!
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Did you have someone else drive your truck or did you convince someone to stand next to the small pond while you charged at it? Nonetheless great pics. I think i wpuld prolly have "camera" issues if my truck was being towed so there wouldn't be any pics....
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I have fun splashing through puddles, and i have had a bit of moisture under the cap, enough to get it to idle rough but it went away quickly.

I certainly wouldn't want to be the camerman for the puddle shot, it could be messy... And if TGM was being towed i would most likely be too pissed off to do anything.
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To much water causes a short with my chime, the one for "engine off, key on the starter switch"... *ding* *ding* *ding* *ding* et infinitum... it drives my crazy, I will find and correct the cause. But at least it stops when the truck gets dry (several hours later).
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