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Old July 8th, 2012, 01:34 PM
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Oh and the old coil threw 7.1Ohms through my Multimeter.
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The MAP sensor is what tells the EEC what the engine's current vacuum is. It's one of the major sensors that the EEC uses to make it's A\F mixtures.


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Well either way it goes, the MAP has 4.5v going to it and no vac leaks. Could it be bad or would the truck not run?
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Truck is back in timed, 10* degrees BTDC, and running great! Gonna wash it. And take pics!
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That's done whew, I forgot to put the #1 plug wire back on as I had to fix the boot, and test drove it, couldn't figure out why the truck had a weird ass vibration then it dawned on me ......
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Still need to vacuum it tomorrow unless we get rain .
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It's hard to form a picture of your directions but hopefully I can figure it out. You were addressing a different year truck also. My problem is that I removed the rear gas tank and now need to stop the fuel lines from leaking...so I was going to explore and see what I can do. There isn't much sense in my investing to much in this truck since I only need it for local use. The lines were damaged and now I need to figure out if I can simply remove them. Or,apply your solution. I don't understand the removing of the plug in the front tank?? Sean
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It's hard to form a picture of your directions but hopefully I can figure it out. You were addressing a different year truck also. My problem is that I removed the rear gas tank and now need to stop the fuel lines from leaking...so I was going to explore and see what I can do. There isn't much sense in my investing to much in this truck since I only need it for local use. The lines were damaged and now I need to figure out if I can simply remove them. Or,apply your solution. I don't understand the removing of the plug in the front tank?? Sean
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