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Another hard lesson learned........

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by white-rhyno, May 15, 2005.

  1. white-rhyno

    white-rhyno 1/2 ton status

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    Sometimes, if i didnt learn things the hard way, i wouldnt learn them at all. BUT apparently, you can put a TBI chip in the computer backwords....... That little mistake puts me another week out. Good thing it will still run in limp home mide. I was SOOOO close to completing my efi swap.

    On a positive note, Affordable Fuel Injection, is a GREAT bunch of guys to deal with.
     
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    ...see what a pain in the ass all that computer stuff is!!!! But hey, if it wasn't for your TBI swap, I wouldn't have my motor!!!!! THANKS!!!!!! :grin: :grin:
     
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    well lessons learned arent always easy...at least your learning
     
  4. white-rhyno

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    yea....... learning how to read instructions..............

    then i find out water DOESNT mix with 80/90w.......... who'd a thunk it...... Replacing them d60 pinion bearings is getting old......
     
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    Wait, you said it doesnt Mix? And all this time i thought it was a 50/50 mix, water oil... hmph. What about sand and dirt, thats still good for it... Right?
     
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    Yeah, I am sure that it is getting old to Rodger too...!
     

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