Originally Posted by captinbill2003
Im hoping that I can get it figured out without using the software, only because Im selling the truck once I get it figured out so I dont really want to spend the $300+ on Autoenginuity for a one time thing.
First, it's not just
the AE that can pull those codes. Any professional scanner should be able to do it too! Might be worth paying somebody for an accurate diagnosis.
Second, you sound like you're into fixin' your own stuff, you know the AE can do, pretty much, everything. This might not be a "one-time-thing". I'm a big believer in "good tools" for the next decade or so you might want to have one
(of course, not always easy to come up with the funds at any given time I know...)
Without knowing the specifics it's harder to tell but, time was, we didn't have these tools and made-out OK (although, I think a bunch of stuff got replaced that didn't need to). What makes you think it's the right side? Have you compared manifold temps? Can you get one of those digital pyrometers to actually compare the 4 exhaust ports? Can you confirm 3 non-firing cylinders?