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What did you do to your NBS GMT800 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vwbeaner, Mar 29, 2010.

  1. Dantheman1540

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    Now to identify what specific thing is stopping spark or producing spark at the wrong time. Going on lunch to change the cam position sensor and see if that fixes it.
     
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    Didn’t you just pull a wire? You lean on something?
     
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    I would check the coil harness
     
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    I did and I looked all around that area pretty well and didn't see anything unplugged or burned. I'll look better on lunch but theres not much on that side that I can think of that I could have bumped.


    That's a good one to check, where do they typically fail at?
     
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    not sure, there have been cases where the ground breaks on the coil harness, the fix if this happens is to make a new ground or replace the harness. but I would get a meter out and check just to rule it in or out. assuming you don't have a million miles on the plugs and wires then you don't have to worry about those if the coils have power then I would move on to the injectors. just a process of elimination
     
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    and check your fuses and grounds/battery
     
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    The CG Tire & Trim Gel works good for me but if the plastic is too faded you’ll have to paint it.
     
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    Nice work Nate!:)
     
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    I was wondering when you said you hope to be driving it in the next 2 months!
     
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    Stupid notifications stopped again so I caught up lol. Anyway....I think this front diff just needs a big tube of JB Weld and GTG.

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