Gen1Trooper wrote:Crank position sensor?
meh... I dunno. There's so much wrong with that truck... and it's been abused so badly... it's hard to know where to start on which problem.
And after they replaced the injectors it started making a horrible sucking sound I traced to the IAC. They forgot something or broke something... I can stuck my pinky down the throttle body and plug it up, stop the hissing. That seems weird... And of course the idle is WAY up there. I haven't gone any further than that.
The transmission is shot, 1st and reverse only. The power brake booster is shot, as well as the rear brakes. I think one of the rear wheel cylinders over extended and pushed it's guts out into the drum. Lots of grinding and stuff going on in reverse that he thinks is the transfer case(?), lots of brake fluid dribbling down the inside of the tire..
Key broke off in the ignition, various electrical issues from his buddies installing "systems" and light bars. Dash, kick panels and door panels trashed/broken/loose from the previously mentioned wiring shenanigans.
He got tagged in the left rear quarter, crunched the bed a little and split the seam in the bed floor. Then he rear ended a Suburban. The Ranch Hand grill guard held up fine, but it got pushed into his hood and fenders and screwed them up.
Still has the same coolant leak I warned him about when I handed him the keys, so IF there's anything in the radiator and jackets it's just water... sitting in the driveway all winter...
And there's still no title, probably never will be. So options are limited. But I won't put another dime in it until he's done with it. Then I'll sell the rolling chassis and body to a local, along with the NP200 transfer case I'll pull from my truck, and they can find some Rockwells and set it up to run at Rednecks With Paychecks.
In the meantime, when I have time, I'd like to get it running good enough to at least see if the engine is still any good. Can always use an extra 350. Ha, the engine in my truck came from one of his brother's vehicles... fitting for my spare engine to come from one of his..
It has a G80 10 bolt rear... thought about measuring to see how it'd fit under the Fairlane.. That GM 6 bolt pattern would look funny though.