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yea, i have fat hands so it didn't work out so well for me. lol. My brother works for goodyear so a guy he works with said he'd do it for next to nothing and it took a lot less time then it took me to throw stuff at my truck. lol
haha your not the only one, thats why i chose working on tractor trailers instead of cars, my only problem when i did the sensors was getting my hand to the one connection by the distributor, otherwise i did most of the work myself
Originally Posted by f0x672
..$100 a BJ..
Originally Posted by rtdakota2001
yeah, that's pretty steep. next time just go to vegas.
Something that a lot of people don't know is that 9 times outta 10 you can look at the engine and tell which is which. The cylinder bank containing cylinder #1 (or bank 1) is always the side of the engine where the cylinder head is off-set to the front of the truck. This is true for almost any engine, any make, as long as it is a V-type engine