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Old 09-02-2007, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default Time for new wires??

The truck seemed to have a wee bit of a miss so I figured I'd put in new plugs, and wires and clean the throttle body.

When I started taking things apart, I found 7 AC plugs and 1 Bosh Platinum plug.

I also found this wire attached to the Bosh plug

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I suspect I found the cause of the miss, but I wonder why the Bosh plug?

*edit* that'* the cap end of the wire, all the other wires are in good shape but they are in the garbage can now.
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