I didn't do any of that. Nothing bad happened.
Where did you have all of this work done? There was an old trick you could do, not sure if it does anything on this generation, but WITH THE BATTERY COMPLETELY REMOVED AND NOT CONNECTED, touch and hold the + and - cables together. Then re-install your battery.
A friend of mine just had what you are describing. Had to have the fuel injectors removed, cleaned, and reinstalled. There may have also been a top top cleaning done. If you idle your truck a lot, stop doing that.
It's gonna be REALLY hard to get the front end back together like that, if not impossible. Your ball joints are going to have some really bad angles. 2" is all I would lift with factory control arms.
Nope, here is why. I need my truck. If you maintain your own home, you will also. Don't be that guy constantly pestering someone if they'll help you move, pick this up, etc. If you sell, now what? You're going to lose anything you gained to buy another truck, and with the low stock of new out there, you're gambling on someone else's used truck. It makes no sense at all.
Why in the hell did you take the door handle off, first of all? Sent from my SM-A516U using Tapatalk
..... They're all monotube. [emoji38] I don't think that's it. Also, the TB/AT4 Ranchos are not any different from the other Z71s. It's only a 2 inch factory lift. Sent from my SM-A516U using Tapatalk
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