Start by looking at all four brakes for fluid leaks. Don't take anything
apart, just look at the wheels and tires. Check for fluid around any
fittings, hose ends, and around the master cylinder and booster. Then bleed
the brakes, really bleed them. Let us know what you find.
No...but you might start by changing fuel filter and doing a fuel pressure
check too. Maybe advance your base timing and upgrade your gas. If in doubt,
double check the knock sensor. Especially if it is a v10 Dodge. Finally,
your locker is really not a locker even though it locks, and I am a ding
It would be nice if they would code this.
SnoDong...I could have shown my NewsSkimmer name but then people would have
thought I'd gone dumb all of a sudden. Instead....seeing your name, they
would expect that response.
I could have faked it better....but then would not have gotten credit for
the creativity and brilliance and acting like an immature child.....excuse
I'm surprised only Roy responded. I guess the other responders posted on
your troll avoidance thread that surely was in response to the abominable
SnoPoser attack. Too bad I have to work all day and can't enjoy these
threads as they develop.
Skimmer....."Trolling only for Abominable SnoDongs"
I just had the brakes completely redone (2300$ at the dealership) only to be
reassured the performance is normal for the antilock brake system of Chevys.
They even brought out a 98 p/u to let me feel the way it worked on that one.
I'm looking for a way to delete the antilock pump for the rear brakes so
that I can actually STOP the fool thing like I feel I should be able to.
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