Sometimes, it is best to take to a garage that is current on the technology. Ask the local snap on tool salesman for a referal, he will know one! :Wink:
It may cost a few bucks to diagnose, but it is way cheaper than replacing the truck. If you like the truck you may be only the equivilant of a car payment or so from it running right.
Saturday, December 23rd, 2006 AT 9:38 PM