My OCD is full bore on the dust. She needs a full detail brother.It’s out. Turned over fine this morning but kind of sputtered and died. Second turn over was slower but it rumbled to life.
Kinda like me getting out of bed in the morning.
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Figured it was a ground issue.Thanks Scott. Still cursing it though. Got up the road a ways and was bedding in the brake pads (power braking a little), lost all power and it threw a c0055 rear wheel speed sensor code. Jiggled battery cables and was able to get it started and back home.
Edit: rookie mistake.... passenger side block ground was still loose.
Edit edit: driver side loose, too. FML. So much frustration over the simplest shit.
Ryan, voltage drop your batteries cables. All of them. And make sure you put the grounds down on the front frame tips on the frame and not the core support.
Hey dumbass, read what I said this morning and check your grounds.Well why didn’t you say “hey dumbass check your grounds!”?
Why didn’t they set it where I told you to have them set it? I mean, to me, that looks like they just “got it in the green”, and gave it back to you. They literally dropped both left front cam bolts in and set the toe. They never touched the right side. It’s not horrible but I’m as picky with my alignments as you are your frame paint, bud. LOLBack from alignment. Guess I did a pretty good job on the right camber from just eyeballing it. Lol
I saved Nicks notes from a while back.
“Camber = 0 degrees, both sides.
Caster = 3.5 degrees left and 4 degrees right.
Total toe = .15-.20 degrees for stock to 285 tires. I’ll go slightly more toe in for the bigger tires say .25 degrees.”
What say ye?
If they had the core support off, they probably put the grounds on the wrong spot up there.I still think my sons truck which is a LB7 has a ground issue causing the security light to be on. It’s been on since the truck got painted and the whole front end was apart for over a month.