gruff54 wrote:Sorry, all mine are manuals. The one 2.6 auto I have doesn't have the tranny in it. It's in the back of the truck. Where are these lines located? The lines may still be in place.
wmorrisiii wrote:Looking good and a very nice build! And you are right, learning these trucks makes it way easier to troubleshoot them in the future. Suspension up next?
red cube wrote:Nice work! As for the gas gauge, have you tried filling up the tank? The sender on my '88 only works when the tank is more than ~3/4 full. Then there's about 20 miles of wild plunging / recovering, then it reads full empty. I think the low level light works, but I'm not going to test it out; I refill after every 200 miles or so, and then the fuel gauge works again. I'm ordering a new sender from Jerry. I'm not sure if I have to drop the tank for this job, or if I can get by with cutting an access hole in the floor; that's a job for later. Today's job is figuring out why the mower won't start, even with a fresh battery... "fun with four wheels" indeed!
eval52 wrote:New shoes looking good on her!
hessmess wrote:I was in Moab last year with my Spacer, I had a great time. I hope to be back next year with my Trooper!
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