First of all, I didn't yank out anything. I've owned the truck for about 10 years and the O2 sensor is in place, but not connected. Never has been since I owned the truck. It's run fine for the last 10 years until lately after I let it sit up for a while.
Didn't yank out the EGR system either. The EGR valve on the valve cover is operating properly. The EGR diaphragm on the manifold is not functioning properly. If the vac line to this device is hooked up, the truck tries to run very rough idle when moving slowly. Planning to replace it. Not yank it.
Oh well, you can't seem to understand what I'm trying to discuss but your response to my last update. Thanks, but no thanks for your help. Would prefer someone with much more experience, knowledge and understanding to help rather than tell me how messed up it is. Your smart remarks don't help me improve the situation, at all.
Not great on advice are ya?
Have a good day!
Sunday, July 29th, 2007 AT 11:27 AM