|View single post by VelociRanger|
|Posted: Wed Feb 20th, 2019 01:37 pm||
I’ll probably do it tomorrow
Joined: Mon Jun 25th, 2018
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|Yeah that's what I was thinking, i looked online and a pcm is only 300. I think they just want my truck because not even an hour after speaking to the service tech, I got a message and an email from the trade I'd department saying that they can get me into something new and that a 2008 ranger with 140,000 miles is getting old. The problem is, they dont know the mileage because
1) I never told them and
2) supposedly the problem isnt fixed, and if yall remember the odometer didnt work so theres no way they could've gotten the mileage, unless they fixed it and just want my truck. But I'm probably picking it up next week and paying the 182 to get it back and be done with them, maybe going to a junkyard and getting a pcm idk really. I've even thought about taking it to a yard and seeing what they'd give me for the engine and trans and stripping it to start a project with it. But @410customs it's a 2008 2.3l with the manual transmission.
knowing when to quit is wisdom, being able to quit is courage.
1983 Ranger, reluctantly taking apart. Donor/project vehicle.
1997 Ranger Ex Cab Manual 4.0 2wd, dead on arrival. Hopefully reviving for a daily driver.
1984 Ranger, currently in ≈861 pieces. She’s donating what’s salvageable.