Okay. IDK if this thread is dedicated to burnouts.
Possibly not so here is a video I took of the neighbors cat, Speckles.
He uses most of his time at our house, he rushes the door when he wants in and when he wants to go He sets by the door until we open it for him.
This is a toy that our cats...
The 1993 K1500 GMC I once owned, the hitch was mounted under the frame, on the lower portion of the [ channel. That design was tearing out the bolt holes.
I used thick hard warshers on the inside of the lower rail and that stopped the hitch from tearing out the bolt holes.
I think if it were me...
In my experiences.
Doubling gaskets on an exhaust leak will more than double the leak. The exhaust will burn out the gaskets even quicker than one gasket.
Best to make a sanding block with a 2X4 maybe three or four inches long. Staple 80 grit or courser to the block and sand away the high...
Reason to leave the old PMD in position on the injection pump is because it is mighty difficult to get to the screws with the intake manifold attached.
It is also difficult to get the resistor picked out of the PMD where the harness plugs into it.
If You can get the original resistor plucked...
Or just mention it to the SM when telling them what You need done.
“Oh yeah, be sure to tighten the filter to specs this time”.
Then after You get home, check the filter, then, especially the drain plug.
How much You want for Your old switch ?
On My MF switch the emergency flashers dont stay on unless I set there and manually hold the button.
I been in a couple of situations where that was not a good option.
Let Me know if You want to part with it and arrangements can be made.
Welcome to the site BB.
It is not real difficult to build a bracket to screw the TPS to, the challenge comes from getting the throttle shaft to accept the TPS.
We do like some pics if You could possibly post some for us.
I did find that the NAPA store and Oriellys here has many of those latching connectors in stock.
I was able to get the connector for the TPS from NAPA and another one from Oriellys on their next day parts order from Billings.
Released the wire/terminals and plugged in the original terminals...
When I have broken weather pack terminal connectors, I use the appropriate tool, release the terminal from the busted weather pack, remove the pig tail from the good WP and shove the original terminal into the new weather pack.
I dont like clipping wires and splicing in pigtails.