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Parts Guy

Fort Myers, FL

I have been in the auto repair industry over 40+ years. I have been on both sides of the industry. Repair and parts distribution as an owner operator and corporate manager. I have learned a lot of info from my customers and experience in the repair end. What I don't know I have unlimted resources. You can contact me at jmgrhm30@gmail.com or 239-220-5869


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Are asking what the firing order is??


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There's a engine coolant temp sensor that the PCM uses for the monitoring of the engine temp. Then there's a engine temp for the coolant temp that moves your temp gage. What is the problem with your truck????


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Go to www.alldatadiy.com to get the info. If your not willing to spend $26.95 for a whole year of factory info on your car than you really don't want to fix it yourself.


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Why do you have to put a charger on the vehicle?


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Driving this car will cause damage. I'm assuming you do not have the funds to get it checked out by a PAT.


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To get this number would require major disassembly to get. Really! what is the problem you are having with that 11 year old truck.


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Contact me at autoknowhow@gmail.com for help.


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Whatever the problem is you should have the computer scanned. Not with just a OBDII generic code reader but a full enhanced scanner.


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I'm assuming you mean the check engine light is flashing??? More info needed to help. You need to get codes pulled free at a auto parts store. Need codes to help. Previous repair is probably not related to present problem.


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On the back of the engine block. If your freeze plug/plugs on the back of the engine are leaking you can be sure the rest of the freeze plugs in the engine are not far behind. Where I live I recommend a cooling system service once a year to my customers. If you service the cooling system when you are supposed to you wouldn't have freeze plugs rusting out.


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