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Where to cut The Groove 16 Aug 2019 09:12 #25

  • Todd Gilbertson
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Hi Ron
I used the business card on Ford F-150 drive by wire. I had to push the throttle plate in to be able to see the carbon line. Should I have cut the groove in it’s natural resting position. My manual didn’t say anything about GM only. My manual cover is dated 2012. Is there a more current manual you could share?
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Where to cut The Groove 16 Aug 2019 09:40 #26

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you did the right thing, Todd. keep us posted on how it worked out
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Where to cut The Groove 17 Aug 2019 08:40 #27

  • Todd Gilbertson
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Hi Ron
To be straight I should put the groove on right where the throttle plate sits instead of lining it up with the carbon make and holding with a business card unless GM?
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Where to cut The Groove 17 Aug 2019 10:00 #28

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That part of the instructions are VERY clear in the manual, Todd!

ONLY on GM fly-by-wires do you need to use the business card.

But this discussion should be in another section of the Forums, don't you think?

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Where to cut The Groove 17 Aug 2019 10:19 #29

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My manual doesn’t cover it. It’s from 2012.
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Where to cut The Groove 17 Aug 2019 17:27 #30

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Todd,

While I do NOT support those who don't follow the rules (posting on mods, etcetera) I would be delighted to send you the latest via email.

Just request the info, and mention the date you purchased while asking for the new manual and I'll take care pof you right away!
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