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Old 09-17-2019, 03:42 PM   #29
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I repeat. Check the ground connection on the flywheel. If it is loose or dirty then their "jumping" the starter may well have made it connect well enough again. The first time it gets wet or jostled you could loose power again. It may be fine but it is a simple check to be sure. Since it get's disconnected for an engine pull we have seen it as an issue with your exact same symptoms on here many times.
is it on the top or bottom of the bellhousing?
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You ever try to get a horse that doesn't want to move going?


Oh and they did have fobs for the stubborn ones.




Hey, at least we didn't have to guess the horsepower figures on them! One could tell just by looking.

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Hey, at least we didn't have to guess the horsepower figures on them! One could tell just by looking.

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YA but performance modding took at least a couple of generations.
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Hey, at least we didn't have to guess the horsepower figures on them! One could tell just by looking.

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Are we talking about HP or torque here?




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HHP (horsepower, at the hooves)

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