Yeah, but what fixed it. Sounds like changing parts hope for a hit. Was it the switch, fuse box, injectors? Or one of the two connections on the air filter box?
Don't know for sure. Didn't do the injectors.Yeah, but what fixed it. Sounds like changing parts hope for a hit. Was it the switch, fuse box, injectors? Or one of the two connections on the air filter box?
Yep, I know someone who was having the same thing happening and it was a bad wire on a sensor of the air box. Can't remember which one, but after repair never happened again.
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Congrats to both of you. Rick for getting his own truck and to you for mentoring him to help get there!
Michael and Nick are already reviewing and looking to reposition trucks this morning. It is a bad one but slow moving so hoping you don't even see the rain.
Last I saw...Laredo might get 3/4 of an inch of rain. Wonder if Laredo folks would drive in that the same way someone in Dallas would drive in snow?
Yikes, having flashbacks of that other J fireSooo, I'm at the Flying J in Haven, IN off 469 south of Ft Wayne. I'm in the shower and just get my head full of shampoo lather and the fire alarm goes off. I wait a little bit to see if it's a false alarm, then KNOCK KNOCK KNOCK!!! "WE NEED TO EVACUATE THE BUILDING!!!"
I quickly rinse my hair and start to dry off.
KNOCK KNOCK KNOCK!!! "YOU NEED TO LEAVE THE BUILDING NOW!"
"Do you want me to leave RIGHT NOW? Or should I put pants on first?"
"Put pants on. We're not even positive there is a fire."
So here I stand, out in front of the J, pants on, shirt on, shoes on, wet hair. They think there is a fire in the roof.