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ratty

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  1. Haven't had the same problem before posting. Every start up so far has been as it should be. We'll see.
  2. seems to be working pretty good now 🤞
  3. I'l have to try this too. Thanks
  4. Haven't done this but I'll give it a shot
  5. Hope so. It's pretty annoying..
  6. Thanks. Just tried this but am still having the issue
  7. Hello. I have been having an issue with my 88 Comanche. 1 out of 5 times (more or less) when I start my engine, the rpms rise to 4000 and stay there until I unplug the 3 prong part of the TPS sensor. My truck is an automatic so it has the 3 and 4 prong clips. After I unplug it, the rpms go back down to normal. I plug it back in and everything is fine. I thought my sensor was bad so I just replaced it with a new one. But lo and behold the same thing happened when I went to start my truck, testing out the new sensor. I'm not sure what to check now. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  8. I've got the Pace Setters. I welded them together. So far so good!
  9. I have some NP231 transfer case parts from my old transfer case. There is a little damage on the inside of the front case half due to my planetary gear coming apart. I'm pretty flexible on pricing so give me a number. Mode Shift Fork - $30 Case Half (Rear) - $100 Case Half (Front) with Yolk - $150 Transfer Case Oil Pump - $25 Input Shaft Bearing - name a price Input Gear - $100 Shifting Sector - $30 Transfer Case Chain - $70 Speedometer Cable Gear with housing - $50 Mainshaft with parts attached - trying to figure out a price Rear Retainer with bearing - $40
  10. That's the one. The radiator already failed and I couldn't repair it because it's aluminum. Already had to replace the control module too because it shorted. Can't say I'm really happy with that purchase, but I didn't know what I was doing. I was thinking about sticking the stock fan system back on. Don't have time and money to keep messing with it.
  11. I can't grab a picture right now but its the triple threat fan set up from FF Dynamics. I have about 11,000 on the rebuild.
  12. All three are on all the time usually. They seem to be working, but maybe not fast enough.
  13. I have a gauge with numbers. I'm running my truck at about 190/195. When in traffic, it starts to rise to 210 and above. I haven't let it rise too much passed that without movement or blasting the heater. Haven't let it sit at idle for too long. When it's parked I don't have the issue. The fans seem to kick on. My fans are controlled by a thermometer resting in the radiator and they pull air through.
  14. I can't tell exactly what is going on. It started a couple of weeks ago, but while sitting in traffic, my temp gauge will start to rise pretty quickly and climb. While driving, my temp goes back to normal operating temp. I checked my hoses and water pump with an infrared thermometer and they were different from what the gauge read. Any other test I can do? I have a new radiator and triple electric fan set up. The water pump is new and I'm pretty sure the thermostat was replaced when the engine was rebuilt.
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