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I have removed the upper connector and the truck runs great! But it needs replacing. The lower connector makes the truck shut off if I touch it.

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Don't have a crystal ball what connector and what are you working

Posted on Jul 10, 2013

  • Chris Castles
    Chris Castles Jul 10, 2013

    Oh ya I guess that might be needed. It's the throttle body connectors on a 2000 silverado, 6.0 4x4.

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