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    OBD2 scanner

    Hey group. What OBD2 scanner do you recommend for our trucks?

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    Depends what your tryying to look for. Most just use their tuner like the diablo or Sct

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    Thanks for your reply. I guessed and fixed the problem. Engine was missing at revs, or under a load. Idle was fine. Looked at the plug coils, and change the one that did not look stock. Worked.

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    Awesome. Some of those aftermarket coils are trash.

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    all of that aftermarket coils are trash

    always best to stick with ford ignition components

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    Quote Originally Posted by 44zoomer View Post
    Thanks for your reply. I guessed and fixed the problem. Engine was missing at revs, or under a load. Idle was fine. Looked at the plug coils, and change the one that did not look stock. Worked.
    So, my friend is looking at this 2003 Harley with an intermittent misfire issue. The owner mentioned his son tried to replace the coil. It is in the shop for the new rotor and toyo tires installation. We'll take a look at the coil when it returns.

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