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Old June 14th, 2013, 10:19 PM   #21
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Fuck Dick Scott. Those bastards screwed up the shifter on my truck (supposedly recall related) and tried to scam me when my fuel pump died. They tried to get me to pay them to remove my fuel tank and clean the entire fuel system because it was "dirty". Bullshit. The fuel was crystal clear and there was no dirt in the system. Fortunately I am not a complete idiot and had the truck taken to a shop that I completely trust. They found NOTHING in the fuel system. I called out the manager and he just played dumb. Then again, I don't think he was playing.

Might be why Im so busy

masterbeatty, whats wrong with your truck?
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Old June 15th, 2013, 08:15 AM   #22
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Im nOt 100%
Im leaning towards a bad ecm and or the po had a tuner in the computer and left it and now my edge and whatever he had is adding to much timing. Im gettn a bad buck at 70 when u accelerate with od and lockup
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Shudder or bucking? Does it go away in stock mode on your edge?

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Kinda hard for me to tell. Its not a converter shudder, at least not like ive ever felt. I think im Startn to think its timing issue. If i ease on it it doesnt do it. But mat it and its there real bad. Yea goes away stock
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Kinda hard for me to tell. Its not a converter shudder, at least not like ive ever felt. I think im Startn to think its timing issue. If i ease on it it doesnt do it. But mat it and its there real bad. Yea goes away stock
Yeah if it goes away in stock mode on the edge then your probley right. Just saying mine did a bunch of weird shit when I would get on it and nothing strange at all if I just grandpa drove it. but mine was my trans/converter issue because it didn't matter what level I put it on it was there.
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I am thinkn the ecm may be bad. But im not positive
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