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Old 08-22-2004, 03:03 AM   #21
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If you can find an autozone that'll do it, its just as good as the other guys I'd say..

Cleaning the MAF is pretty simple. I actually did it at work with a piece of paper folded in such a way as to let a single piece hang off the end but allow for strength. Lightly rub it across your filaments to clean them. Using brake cleaner on the end also helps
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alright, you lost me at its easy?

explain a litle more in depth,
also willwren can explain possible problems with TCC and TCC solenoid more please
ill get to autozone sometime this week
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You guys are describing a prob I've been having for quite some time now. I just read the thread:
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=23196

And is that thread telling me my plugs bec thy are NGK should not be gapped to 0.60 they should only be 0.48?
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WHICH NGK plugs? I would hope you're not running colder plugs with your mods. If you are, that'* your problem. If you're not, you are gapped way too small. You should be running stock heatrange plugs gapped at .060".

Back on the original problem, get a scan. That'* all there is to it. We need to know of any stored codes.
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I'm running NGK v-power "TR55" stock#3951 plugs gapped at
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TR55'* are one heat range colder, and should be gapped at .055".
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I don't want what I have then right? What do you recommend I do and would that throw a code?
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Won't throw a code, the the 55'* will do fine for now, especially after your pulley whenever you get to it.

No, bad plugs won't throw a code on your car.
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Follow up.......Pull your plugs if you suspect a miss. Clean them, then re-gap them to .055"
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