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Old 04-27-2011
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Hi Old Jim Here. First off I,m very poor in the area of computer stuff so please bare with me. I have no fancy truck, all stock . its OLD 1990 so please dont answer with what was done on a 198 truck it just sends me upside down. Is there a way to cut thru all the extra stuff on the site and concentrate on what I need or bring up something VERY similar about my issue. Thanks if there is anyone out there who can do one of those quick replies I would be thankful. Do I have to come to the forum to see if there is a response or does something go to my email, Now I,m done
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There are forum areas specific to certain things. Depends what info your looking for. If you subscribe to a thread then you can get email notifications but if not then you will have to check back.
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The site has subsections for electrical issues, specific engines, and so on.

If you click on the Forum Home button, you can look at all the sections

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