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  1. 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.
  2. Okay so when I try to pull the switch for the headlights the first click which I'm pretty sure is supposed to be low beams, only the dash lights come on along with the tail lights. And then the next click the high beams come on. And when I try to use the turn signals or flashers they stay lit. On the dash they stay solid and the rear lights stay solid. So my problem is the turn signals staying solid with the headlights on and my low beam isn't working. Any ideas?
  3. Hey, so i just picked up my first Comanche, its a 1987 4x4 2.5L 5 spd. sporTruck in red. It's a project to say the least, but I'm excited none the less. I'm pretty mechanically inclined and have all the tools and access to most of the machines to do most of what I need to, only major problems being: 1: Funds 2: Minor access to heated building to work on it in the frigid Illinois weather as my garage is not heated and my dads garage has two cars in the front heated garage and 3 cars in the heated shop in the back yard :fs1: he has more projects than me I think It has a few issues th
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