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Old 05-16-2014, 07:24 AM
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This is rude. There are plenty of people who can't spell worth a damn, but are knowledgeable mechanics and friendly guys.

I thought the CPS either worked or it didn't. I had no idea that they could fail by changing the timing- that could certainly be the problem I'm having with my truck. So bringing up an 8 year old thread opened possibilities to me which I had previously dismissed. After 4 months of work and $1200 worth of injectors, I'm all about finally figuring out what's wrong with this truck.
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