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Jims86
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Birthday:
Oct 11, 1975 (Age: 45)
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Location:
Patterson,Ca
Occupation:
Tow truck operator, since 1996

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Jims86

Full Access Member, 45, from Patterson,Ca

Jims86 was last seen:
Aug 22, 2020
    1. xracer707
      xracer707
      Hey Jim. I got the burb up and runnin. I had the tranny completely gone through. One little BB was in the wrong place and it wouldn't build line pressure. Its been my daily driver for a couple weeks now!!! It threw a check eng light at me a week or so ago, code 32, swapped out the MAP sensor and the little surge at operating temp went away. Just thought you'd like the up date.
    2. 89Suburban
      89Suburban
      Happy BD dawg.
    3. 87 grey ghost
      87 grey ghost
      Hey Jim, Got the truck switched over to a carb which ran good for awhile!! Now I got a blown head gasket a bad rear main seal and a bad manifold. I've got very bad luck!! So now I'm looking to just drop another 350 in but not sure if any old 350 will work? A guy told me that the output shafts might be different that I will need to get an engine with the same valve pan bolt pattern. So the shafts match up( either threw the middle of pan cover which is mine or around the outside of pan which he said would be different for the output shafts)?
      Appreciate any help once again.
      I just talked to another guy and he says any 350 from that era will work.??????¿?
    4. 87 grey ghost
      87 grey ghost
      Sorry d14 & d16 that go to the injectors
    5. 87 grey ghost
      87 grey ghost
      Hi Jim was wondering if you could tell me why
      I'm not getting any power at the c16 and b1
      plugs going to the ecm? I'm not getting fuel to the injectors, The ecm has power
    6. 87 grey ghost
      87 grey ghost
      Hi Jim, 89 suburban sent me to you thinking you might be
      able to help! the vehicle is an 87 gmc v1500. i'm workin
      on getting power to the fuel injectors. i'm getting power
      on both sides of the ecm fuse and all the connections are fine!
      Me and 89 suburban come to the conclusion that its the
      ecm is there anything else i should check before
      replacing the ecm? and how hard is it to replace?
      thank you for any info the grey ghost
    7. caliphatman8123
      caliphatman8123
      I got my EFI handbook copied just need to drop it in the mail... I still need to finish the exhaust, fuel lines, trans lines, reinstall the oil cooler, and last but not least that harness... I really hope I can get the wiring figured out soon... I think that would give me that push to hurry up and finish this part... then it will be time to start saving for the 4" suspension lift and the new tires I'm looking for... after that then it will be time to focus on paint and interior to finish it off... the sad thing is I've also found a 84 GMC stepside 4x4 that was an originally diesel and has no smog with a lift already for 1500.00... if I had the money I would have already bought it for the next project...lol
    8. 89Suburban
      89Suburban
      You got your hands full buddy, here and at home, lol!!!! :wave:
    9. Paulscrawler78
      Paulscrawler78
      What's your email I can try to send it that way or via text as a direct link
    10. Paulscrawler78
      Paulscrawler78
      You are more then welcome to call me if you would like to help clearify any questions here is my number 559-475-4619
    11. 89Suburban
    12. 89Suburban
      89Suburban
      Am I ok to drive around with that plug off the P/N switch? It actually seems to be running better, lol.
    13. 89Suburban
    14. 89Suburban
      89Suburban
      "...a caveman can do it." lmao :roflbow:
    15. 89Suburban
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  • About

    Birthday:
    Oct 11, 1975 (Age: 45)
    Home Page:
    http://www.facebook.com/jameslleary
    Location:
    Patterson,Ca
    Occupation:
    Tow truck operator, since 1996
    First Name:
    Jim
    Truck Year:
    1986
    Truck Model:
    K10 Suburban Silverado
    Engine Size:
    5.7 TBI
    Started working on cars at the age of 10, still wrenching today.

    Flying, Wrenching. Variouse RC Hobbies. Fabrication.

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    "Trucks were not meant to be fast. The trucks of the old days did their jobs just fine with low powered engines, but made up for it with gearing, and much more patient drivers"
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