[s-cars] Worthy projects (was Alum..was UrS $)

QSHIPQ at aol.com QSHIPQ at aol.com
Tue Apr 24 11:54:39 EDT 2007

It's the worst part from a diagnostic standpoint.  You really have to  have 
all else diagnosed first.  When they just fail, it's a no start and  code.  
When they are going bad, you get everything from bad idle, to a  stumble to hard 
starting.  Heat is a factor in which symptom you get.   I usually suspect them 
when I get a hard start complaint with no codes.  I  keep a couple around 
that are known good, but just the "replace with known  good", sucks up a lot of 
diagnostic time.  Really hard to justify charge  for if it *wasn't* the problem 
In a message dated 4/24/2007 10:17:10 A.M. Central Daylight Time, Djdawson2  
In a nutshell... that CPS situation blows.  As many miles as I  have, and as 
much as my UrS goes out in the sticks, it might be wise to buy one  and carry 
it along... even if it's $300.

As much trouble as I had finding  a set of 225/45/17 snow tires in Montana 
last year... I'd hate to have to find a  CPS in a hurry.

Having no BTDT with that part, I may not even recognize  the failure symptoms.


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