Question about Cars & Trucks
Is it a diesel truck.?
if yes check your glooing plugs.
keep the plug at same hole where you screw it out.
the tip of the plug is positif and side is negatif.
take a good wire and clip it on the side.
hold the tip (where the connection wire sits) to the possitif,
from the batterie.and the wire on the negatif from the batt.
good plug start to glow from top stift and glows then further,
to the tip .bad plug start to glow in the middle.
be carefull these test the plug gets very hot.
and burn your skin to the bone if you touch it.
do the test only few seconds.
els you can check all filters.
see if airfiletr case dont have stand for winter and summer.
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your TCU (transmission Control Unit) is bad. it is located behind the passenger side kick panel. you can purchase it on ebay for about 79.00 with exchange.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
The problem is most likely break down of the spark plug wires. The demands on the spark during acceleration and load destroy the wires as they age. I would start there. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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