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Old 12-24-2011, 05:47 PM
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Stancor Mod/GPR

Howdy Fellas!

I am definitely not on this thread in order to start any junk, and step on toes, however...I understand that this thread may. My GPR was toast the last month, and I had been driving my wifes TDI, however, the other day I needed the truck, it almost didn't start and it was only 28 degrees outside, which isn't even that cold lol. So I checked with my multimeter, and sure enough GPR is out. I did some research, and I understand that the stancor mod is $45 give or take but I went to Autozone (crap) and bought one of theirs with a life-time warranted piece. My statement is that it has a lifetime warrantee and needs no modification! Just my $.02

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Old 12-24-2011, 05:56 PM
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That's what I do with batts and alternators and stuff like that. Lifetime. Yea, I'll have to replace it eventually but oh well. Wonder how long theirs will last.
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I took me about 15 minutes to replace the relay in my truck with the "Stan-cor" relay and I did it without any modification.I looked up the replacement instruction at "Guzzle's" here http://www.guzzle7pt3.com/s_gpr.php .After this installation I was also able to start my truck without plugging it in when the temps here were in the single digits for more than a week.I'll tell you it did not like to strat but,at least I know I can without a plug in.

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Old 01-02-2012, 02:11 PM
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I took me about 15 minutes to replace the relay in my truck with the "Stan-cor" relay and I did it without any modification.I looked up the replacement instruction at "Guzzle's"
Welcome to guzzle's Stancor GPR replacement Mod Web Page
What he said. 15 min install. There is another way to do it with the relay in at a 45 degree but you need to cut one of the tabs short.

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