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  • About Bluegrass
    super crew
    Easton, Pa.


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 03:57 PM
  • Join Date: 07-05-2004


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  1. 06-27-2018 08:46 PM
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  2. 11-24-2017 08:31 PM
    Perhaps a fact of the matter is that Iím only lacking a little bit of torque and the truck sets perfectly level, steers and rides like there is no trailer with the anti sway / weight distribution hitch and it brakes great. I am however interested in finding a good deal on 4.56 gears front and rear with complete master install kits.
    Being disabled on a fixed income price is a concern of mine. this will make a great winter project in my garage. My friends can help with the laborious job if I have the parts. I would love to have a 250. disability donít pay enough money for that.

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  3. 06-16-2017 08:27 AM
    hi bluegrass, was wondering if I could get some help. So have an issue that I started to track down last night but ran out of time. Went to start the truck and it would crank but not start. Hooked fuel pressure gauge up and had 0 fuel pressure on the rail. Disconnected fuel filter, when i turn the key on, it primes for 2 seconds like it should every single time and shoots a good amount of gas out. But when I crank, it is not pump any gas. I didn't get a chance to physically check for spark yet, but when I spray starting fluid, the truck does almost start for a half second so I am assuming there is spark. I was thinking tonight to try the crank position sensor first but I would think if it would start on starting fluid that would be okay. assume fuel pump relay is okay since it primes fine? should I go ahead with the crank position sensor then what to trace next, whether to drop the tank/remove bed.I have ensured the theft light does not blink and the intertia switch is not tripped.
  4. 07-21-2013 11:55 PM
    Wondering if u could help me with a problem. I got a 2001 ford expedition that wont crank, the gauges max out and radio turns on but wont start, also there i a fast click coming from under the dash near the relay. I've done my research most times its the battery. I replaced it and still no luck. I really would appreciate any advice u could offer
  5. 03-17-2012 07:38 PM
    Hi I was wondering if I could ask a question of you about shifting of a 1997 f150 in and out of 2hi 4 hi 4 lo? I have one that quit shifting acted like it was in "neutral" then finely found 2lo. If I played with it enough it would maybe eventually shift from 2 to 4 to 4 lo sometimes and back. I replaced the shift motor and GEM (gem from bone yard but fixed 1/2 the problem so) So the way it sits now is if switch is in 2 lo when I first turn key on truck "shifts into 2 lo" if I switch is in 4H when first turned on truck shifts into 4H if I try and change the shift with truck\key on nothing the dash lights follow the actual transfer case position. I'm very confused on this one. have searched all over these forums and the internet too and have not seen anything similar to this. I say in a post you seem to understand alot about the operation of this so I hoped maybe you might have a idea?? Thank You ALOT!!!! I really appreciate your time and hate to bother you but desperate
  6. 05-10-2011 08:05 PM
    Thanks for the post.
    Checked Presure 40psi and Holds.. Good
    Scanned for Codes (No codes stored) all Clear
  7. 05-06-2010 09:59 PM
    You said you made a tool to get the S spring in the traction lok back in---- do you have a description or a picture of this tool so I could try to replicate it? Thanks

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