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post #1 of 14 Old 07-20-2007, 11:40 PM Thread Starter
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My friend and I were doing doughnuts in his duramax and he lost his steering and is belt had popped off. Well we call everyone we know and finally got a ride back to my house and got in my Ford to go do a rescue mission. Well gm doesn't even have any type of belt diagram for the duramax's. We tryed a route but it didn't work and it's late so the truck sits tonight and gets towed to Chevy in thhe morning to get this thing fixed along with the rearend that has been in for 3 times already. The cool thing is that we were doing this at school. I can't believe that gm wouldn't put a belt diagram on the truck but gm's are chick trucks and chicks don't know anything about anything on trucks.
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it is appropriate that a ford saved a chevy, and yeah, it is surprising that ANY vehicle wouldn't have a belt diagram when you have a serpentine belt. be careful about the chick comments thought, banshee might have something to say about that! LOL!


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That is odd - that there is no diagram for the routing. Sad to hear about the rear-end problem, too.

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Your friend didn't wash under the hood did he? It may have been drawn in crayon

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Did you use the 12 steps on how to recover a chevy that I wrote up.


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Did you use the 12 steps on how to recover a chevy that I wrote up.
No. Were is it. I'll print it out and keep it in my truck for future use.
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Your friend didn't wash under the hood did he? It may have been drawn in crayon
LOL, could have been blown off during a car wash though..

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Did you use the 12 steps on how to recover a chevy that I wrote up.
Every Ford Truck owner should print these out and carry them in his/her truck.

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does your friend drive a 06 lly duramax with 18" wheels and toyo tires on it,if so i know him from the Duramaxforum.com..how did he blow out the rear ends?

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does your friend drive a 06 lly duramax with 18" wheels and toyo tires on it,if so i know him from the Duramaxforum.com..how did he blow out the rear ends?
I think you missed the 1st part of this thread about "my friend and I were doing donuts in a parking lot," hahahahaha

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