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Old 10-02-2006, 02:56 PM   #21
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It is easy in theory. Got a big ole 1/2" air gun and the right size HB puller bolts? These are not standard bolts.
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I know my father-in-law has a compressor and air gun. Not sure about the puller. If not, he may be able to borrow one form the garage he took me to to put it on the computer.
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Well, got my fuel lines fixed and still stalling. I knew that was not the problem, though.
Fuel lines only cost me $110, I was expecting closer to $200. It took the garage 2 days longer than they said, but for $80 cheaper I'll deal with that.
Obviously cleaning the EGR didn't help.
It actually doesn't stall now til after you have been driving atleast 10 minutes. And it will also do it at high speeds, like 70 mph on the interstate on the way to church Sunday. Nice!
Atleast it will still start right back up.
Gonna see about getting the codes reset this week and see what comes up.
I hope it is the crank sensor, alot cheaper than a new EGR. I can tget that done next week, the EGR is gonna take a little longer though.
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