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Old 02-25-2020, 07:53 PM   #6
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Re: Bad Gas is the Main Suspect

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Originally Posted by kidatheart View Post
I would also check the vacuum line going to the vacuum modular on the transmission. Maybe you knocked it of the intake when you were working on distributor. That would make it run rough and not shift correctly.
This right here. I went and looked today and the vacuum line had come off the modulator on the trans. There was one other knocked loose while taking air cleaner on and off.

Truck running and shifting like a top now!
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