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  1. Terra Jean
    04-10-2014 09:17 PM - permalink
    Terra Jean
    I was wondering, can too much oil (2 quarts) cause codes indicating cam shaft timing issues and severe shaking? I'm trying to verify what my mechanic is telling me. I had my oil changed just prior to it breaking down and $2,000 later he is saying all the damage was from a Jiffy Lube adding too much oil. JL denies this would happen.
  2. Warlockk
    08-09-2011 05:12 AM - permalink
    Warlockk
    I have a stock exhaust at the moment. I plan to add CARB shortie headers and a 2 3/4 in cat back. Not sure if Ill replace the cat or not. I guess it depends on price.
  3. mr7confused
    08-04-2011 08:31 PM - permalink
    mr7confused
    Do you have highflows on your truck, that are CRAP certified?

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  • About Warlockk
    Location
    Long Beach, CA
  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150 Lariat
    Year
    1990
    Engine
    5.0L
    Modifications
    K&N air filter
    Summit Racing Short Headers
    3" cat back exhaust with Summit chambered mufflers
    4.10 Ford Racing LS, Royal Purple 75W90
    31x10.50/15 Yokohama Geolander M/S
    1995 Bronco power seats
    ProComp ES9000 shocks
    Energy suspension bushings
    Sylvania Silverstar Ultra headlights

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