Well it's a new day. Wet and nasty 46°. Maybe 75° this afternoon. Was not expecting 75° this early in the year.
Looks like there will be no needed work done on the truck till maybe this weekend.
Possibility of some sunshine. Another year of what's this thing called the sun?
That what the vacuum advance was added for to prevent. You many have to drop the vacuum required for advance. It's factory setting should be stamped on the mounting flange. Best to use a vacuum pump with a gauge to check the setting.
We will have a few more days of that before a warm up. I am tired of winter. But am being told our winter spot last year is wet and humid.
Not sure this will end the southwest drought but there are huge rivers where last year's jump over creeks were.
Got to remember here untill it runs it cycles a new engine will show no codes. Cycles do not include brief runs and stops. The engine first needs to be brought to normal running temperature and then cycled under load threw out three runs to throw a code.
Not saying that there isn't equipment out...
Believe me I know the feeling. That's one of the reasons I ended up with a Ford. Yes a dirty word to some. But it has an eight foot bed with extended w cab. I have things that need to be protected other than people.
Not sure about that. Even though they are trucks. To some of us they are life or should I say daily transportation. Things happen to them I guess that doesn't sound interesting so it doesn't get posted.
Like the F250 now has two good front feet and will be taken in for a front end alignment...