Hey! Do I look like a mechanic to you?
I come here to find out answers so I can fix things when I can't afford to have a REAL MAN fix it. Some things are easy to fix, especially since you can camp out inside the engine compartment to do it.
My ideal situation is to leave it with a good mechanic until it is completely restored. But my job is so inconsistent I can never do that. And right now, it is my only vehicle. So I do what I can. And right now I am so broke I can't afford my own thread!
But, I bet I could figure out a way to adjust those suckers!
This morning I started her up, took off the air cleaner, and reached back to grab the Hall's Effect plug. The second my fingers hit the plug, the truck totally shut off and I heard a couple clicks at the fender panel. I moved it around a bit and continued to hear the clicking. I pushed the plug as if I was just plugging it in and it didn't seem like it moved any. So I unplugged it, plugged it back up and started the truck again. This time I couldn't make the truck die if I hit it with a baseball bat. Moved around both ends of the wiring, twisted, thumped, and shook the damn thing and the truck just kept running. So I'm guessing it was just slightly loose and I tightened it up again? I don't know!
Maybe it's just the loose connection between the seat and the steering wheel!