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Well, there's not much about guns I can tell you people that you don't already know.  So instead, this is a chronicle of the adventures of Silver, my 2000 Silverado.  Keeping her running as well as I can.  My wife named it.

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On the road again!

Well, Silver rides again.  For how long, who knows?  But for the moment she's doing okay.  One major stresser out of my life for a bit. AC is even half decent, thanks to the AC Doctor stuff I put in her a while back. Right now she's on straight water in the cooling system.  I don't want to fill her full of coolant until I'm somewhat sure I won't have to drain it back out.

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WHO DESIGNED THIS $%&%#@% THING?!?!?!?!?

Okay - latest update on Silver.   Little Sorrow (my little Civic) is in the shop getting a barefoot gas pedal installed - oh and the AC quit working.  So I was going to be driving Silver for a little while.  Normally when I do this I would start by driving it around on the weekend to make sure all was well.  Especially since I hadn't driven Silver in a few weeks.  But I had a Cub Scout leader training and campout this past weekend, so no go.   I start up ole' Silver Monday morning, hea

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Check Sanity Light

So, if you've managed to make it through my last blog, we know two things about you: 1)  You need a life 2)  You are waiting with baited breath about the check engine light. Well - first the good news.  I've driven the truck some more and it is still running well.  So it appears that the misfire is sorted. But now I'm fighting the CEL.   First thing I did was get myself a new scanner.  Remember the rainstorm in my first blog post?  Well I think it may have washed away my

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Misfires!

This is a chronicle of the adventures of keeping my old truck running.   This truck is kind of a third vehicle now.  I drive a Civic day-to-day and my wife drives a Pilot.  But the Pilot was down for a week and a half getting the roof painted so one of us had to drive the truck.  I drive 40 miles to work each day.  She drives 1.  So wifey graciously agreed to drive the truck.  Which lasted about two days until she was tired if it not running right. All of this meant I had to go head-to

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