Join Date: May 2007
Location: Parlin, New Jersey
Just take some gum cutter and and clean it out or just replace it.
If they get a little sludge in them they tend to flutter.
I've come into this world with nothing and still manage to have some of it left.
ASE Master Technician and Advanced Level Specialist.
It's not what I know, It's knowing what I don't know.
1994 Thunderbird, 4.6 V8, PI heads, SVO Blower, 8# pulley, 2.5 duel exhaust, 4R70W, MarkVIII converter, Mark VIII differential, Trac-Loc, 3.73 gears, H&R 1.5 lowering springs, bilstien rear shocks and SC front struts.