I wonder down the road when the batteries go bad and the cars corrode in the rust belt where will all the waste go? They will never be able to recycle it all. Batteries destroyed the hudson river many years ago. When they cleaned the batteries out of the Hudson River in the 90's the blue fish finally started coming up the hudson. We might go 0 emissions but China will still be burning coal and using gas and for people that don't understand we live in the same atmosphere as them.I am not against cleaning up the environment. It would be nice if we could stop all the littering and clean up all the garbage. Everytime i go fishing there is always garbage everywhere.
If you get lucky and it is still lined up. If it dropped i would assume you need to raise it up from inside. Might get lucky and look up from gas pedal area and use some kind of rod to push up if it indeed dropped.
FYI the cam sensor on the gen lV motors are on the timing chain cover. Gen 3 99-06 and 07 classic is at the top back by the oil pressure sensor.
The shocks won't lift the rear. They just make shocks longer if you raise the vehicle.
If that was the case then why does Ford give you so many options.
Knowing Gm you will get the 10 speed but the rear will 3:23 with no options. My buddy has a F150 4x4 5.0 10 speed with 3:73 gears and that thing feels like it has more torque than my 6.2. His truck rips. I wish i could have ordered my 6.2 with at least 3:73 but i would like 4:10. He is also averaging 18 mpg mixes highway and around town.
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