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I got the car back and here's what they did with the two major complaints:
1. Customer states would not start after sitting 40 minutes. PERFORMED SPS OF T7(0.8).
2. Customer states idle surging and running poorly on highway. NPF (No problem found)
Anyway, of course it's running fine now. The SPS, according to the svc mgr I spoke with, is a software upgrade for the T7 that is meant to address "drivability" issues. Anyone have a clue what might be fixed, and whether this might have really fixed my problems? I'm a bit worried that whatever gremlin this is may rear its head again since they really didn't make it sound like they looked at it and went "oh, here's the problem!"
patprice, I did mention the crank angle sensor but dunno if they checked it out or not.
Driving with crossed fingers,
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