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Old 01-14-2013, 12:00 AM   #26
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My point was the pictures / movie you posted didnt show anything to me that showed parts were needed hence the why spend the money for parts you dont need , no you dont have to change the belt just because the head was off that depends more on how many miles were on the engine

Im not happy that I was call to the mat for trying to help , I was the one trying to save you money and use the money spent on not needed parts at the time and spend it on stuff you may need , which we cannot tell what that is till you can give more info

I have been trying to talk you into a datalog NOT a tune , I dont charge to look at datalogs for FF guys and tell you what I see wrong to help fix your problem , borrow a xcal2 , xcal3 this would cost you 0.00 even on Min. wage affordable , so please dont make it sound like I am trying to sell you something that you cannot afford

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