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They made in china
You did flush all hoses and components separately and in reverse flow direction, right?
Air only. However, it ran for all those 1700 round-trips for six months, so I don't believe it was left-over debris.

I believe "cheap Chinese crap".
 
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Air only. However, it ran for all those 1700 round-trips for six months, so I don't believe it was left-over debris.

I believe "cheap Chinese crap".
Possible, but all it takes is 1 piece of trash to make many more. If you dont have flush some brake cleaner works to, I've used it myself. Just make sure to blow lots of air through it in reverse flow, and vacuum the system down for atleast 30 minutes 1 hour is better
 
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Here's a new one for you . . . We departed the RV park, and my brakes vibrated. However, the longer we drove, the less it did it.

I thought that was indicative of a warped rotor, but that wouldn't fade away, right?
 

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Any idea of what might cause the "shudder" feel in the brakes?
 

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Abs motor maybe. Kinda like a emergency stop. You feel it in the pedal, the brakes don't actually shudder. Could be a speed sensor. Pull some codes when you get a chance

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Abs motor maybe. Kinda like a emergency stop. You feel it in the pedal, the brakes don't actually shudder. Could be a speed sensor. Pull some codes when you get a chance

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Already did (through the Edge CST2) - nothing abnormal.
 

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Probably a piece of rust on a sensor
It is magnetic pickup.
Cleaned itself off. I'd just keep going and see if you have any more issues

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I’ve had that happen with the CPS. Only instead of rust it looked like a piece of cast on it.

Changed it anyways so I had a known good sensor in my glove box.
 

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All A/C components flushed and replaced. Works well
 

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Now --- Best after-market bumpers? I don't want one of those huge black ones. Ideas?
 

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I have always had good luck with keystone if stock. If you want to build a bumper check out move


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Thanks - I looked at move - I don't need that extra foot added to an already long truck.

I'll check out Keystone.
 

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Damn. Chrome bumpers are discontinued. :(
 

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NEW QUESTION: Do you have to take the rear cone off of the zf6-650 manual transmission to replace the rear output seal?
 

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NEW QUESTION: Do you have to take the rear cone off of the zf6-650 manual transmission to replace the rear output seal?
Anyone? Bueller?
 

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I don't think think so, just the "flange."
On the bumpers, if you can weld, look at the diy kits. Everything is precut. Some bending required, then weld'er up.

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