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Old 03-30-2006, 03:44 PM   #11
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The MLPS is under the master cylinder on the drivers side of the car if I'm not mistaken. I may have kicked it when I was standing on the trans case.
What'* the MLPS? Can't think in acronyms right now.... lol.


Doug, do you have an idea of what we should look at on Saturday?
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Doug, do you have an idea of what we should look at on Saturday?
I can't think of the acronym either..but I'd guess the broken part with the sneaker print on it.

(Sorry..needed a little humor)
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Manual Lever Postion Sensor. Neutral Saftey Switch. Whatever you want to call it.
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Anybody else see what I see?
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If you mean broken wires at the connector, then yes, I see it.
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Go to the junkyard and get a new pigtail and we'll solder it in this weekend.

And for the record. That one isn't my fault. It'* too far back in the engine bay. I didn't kick it.
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If you mean broken wires at the connector, then yes, I see it.
Bingo!

But I can't be mad at Doug for doing it. He was busting his butt to stand on my tranny and wrench on my rear manifold.

Doug, I'll head over to Carney'* and snag a new pigtail like you said. Can you bring a soldering iron? Mine is out at my parents' if you want to get it.
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Go to the junkyard and get a new pigtail and we'll solder it in this weekend.

And for the record. That one isn't my fault. It'* too far back in the engine bay. I didn't kick it.
Are you sure that wasn't your sneaker print? ...lol.


That could certainly explain some of the troubles you're having, Ben.
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And for the record. That one isn't my fault. It'* too far back in the engine bay. I didn't kick it.
Odd Doug..that sounds almost verbatum like the PM I sent you.

I'd say size 8 Reebok!
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If you mean broken wires at the connector, then yes, I see it.
Bingo!

But I can't be mad at Doug for doing it. He was busting his butt to stand on my tranny and wrench on my rear manifold.

Doug, I'll head over to Carney'* and snag a new pigtail like you said. Can you bring a soldering iron? Mine is out at my parents' if you want to get it.
I'm bringing my solder station also.
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