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post #121 of 129 Old 06-06-2016, 06:55 AM
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So after changing the crank sensor I drove around a few days without indecent, yesterday after driving it a while it lurch/sputtered when I braked,
Today it SHUT OFF when i stopped, crunk up just fine, drive it a bit, and it FREAKING SHUT OFF when I stopped again. I kept the RPMs high and got it home, the RPMs wanted to sway up and down even though I was steady on the gas.
Took it to a local guy just to see what he said. The conversation was like "ICP sensor? Did it. Crank sensor can... did it. You can clean the mass air flow sensor and... already did it. The fuel filters can... changed 'em...." he said he can look at it tuesday but I dunno.
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TL;DR truck shutting off when stopping, RPMS swaying up and down a bit. Wat do?
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What kind of moron runs out on a girl like this? She drives a diesel truck and works on it herself. And she smells like diesel. Whaaaaat.... That's the marrying kind right there.

Very true Kimbo... For others about to pile on, let's not derail this into a dating service thread.

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OK, thanks for the info. To show my ignorance, what is the problem with 3 nipples...

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Think the mechanic should have said something like lets hook it up to the computer for $100 diagnostic . Kind of sounds like he wants to throw parts at it starting with cheapest common fixes instead of troubleshooting. After all, good diagnostic tools are pricey especially if you can sometimes guess right.

The good shops will have diagnostic software so much better than our monitors, and if it passes, they will know to check the fuel system or whatever to fix the problem.
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Can somebody walk me through the process of changing the crank position sensor? Took it to an expensive mechanic he said it looks like the guy tried to jam it in without dropping the AC compressor so he broke it putting it in and I can't pay the $1,300 for them to replace it so I guess I'm towing it back (oh yea, did I mention it doesn't start now?) and just taking a swing at it myself. It's hard to find a video of someone doing this specific sensor on this specific truck.
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post #125 of 129 Old 06-29-2016, 04:04 AM
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little late here but you don't need to touch the ac compressor to do the ckp. 1300$ is ridiculous.
i just can't wrap my head around the logic sometimes. i mean suspicions are great. but prove the damn thing out first before following through with it
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little late here but you don't need to touch the ac compressor to do the ckp. 1300$ is ridiculous.
i just can't wrap my head around the logic sometimes. i mean suspicions are great. but prove the damn thing out first before following through with it
School some of us on how to change the CPS without removing the ac compressor, please.
Might need change mine out, sure beat sucking out freon , removing and replacing.
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i believe the use of an 8mm quarter inch drive swivel socket makes it easier. that and just the right length extension. it has been awhile but i do recall not having to remove anything to swap. hardest part is disconnecting and reconnecting it, IIRC. not saying it's a fun job. but you can definitely get it in and out without removing anything
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