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  1. In Topic: Mt. Pleasant cancels for July 20

    Posted 18 Jul 2018

    Sorry Ed, I guess I assumed that Mt Pleasant never had a race scheduled for this weekend, but I see they did up until about a week or so ago.
  2. In Topic: Mt. Pleasant cancels for July 20

    Posted 17 Jul 2018

    Not real sure, but many tracks do not race their regular classes this weekend, and encourage them to go to Merritt for the Wood Tic. Been like this for as long as I have been involved anyway. Just the wood tic is earlier this year than what I remember.
  3. In Topic: Weekend of June 29th

    Posted 3 Jun 2018

    View PostBigEd, on 01 June 2018 - 02:21 PM, said:

    Ever been to Attica?


    Here ya go. Attica has been doing a fantastic job this year with packing the stands, car counts, track prep, and getting the show done at a great time. Give them a look if you have the time.
  4. In Topic: Question on Engine Code

    Posted 23 Apr 2018

    View Postratracer49, on 23 April 2018 - 08:33 AM, said:

    This isn't really racing related (unless you count that it's for my tow vehicle) but I have a question on an engine code. I've seen on here in the past some good help from people on daily drives so I thought I'd ask. I have a 2001 Silverado with the 6.0 gas engine. I am getting a P0300 Random Misfire Code. The check engine light seams to trigger mainly when I'm coasting from speed or maintaining speed. I don't notice any actual misfire, at least not enough of one I can discern. My question is, can this code be caused by an exhaust leak? I know I have a leak at the exhaust manifold gasket and was wondering if once I rectify that my misfire code might go away. I guess I'm trying to be lazy and hoping to not have to go through looking for vacuum leaks, checking coils, and checking injectors to track it down.


    An autozone scan will not reveal anything other than what you already know. A P0300. They may give you a list of things it could be, but the bottom line is that code can be triggered by many things. Could be anything from old plugs, bad wires, O2 sensors, even an ECM. It is a pretty large list of things that can trigger that code. If this was my truck, I would start by looking at spark plugs and wires. If they are old, and just do not look good, change em. If they are newer, and look to be in good shape, it may be more cost effective to take it to a trusted shop and let them do some live scanning. They can actually observe most of the sensors, and what they are doing while the vehicle is running to help pin point the issue. Sorry, but this code is probly the worst one to have, just too many variables. Good luck.
  5. In Topic: Owosso 2018 Schedule

    Posted 6 Apr 2018

    It says 2018, but looks to be 2017. Sheesh, they already cancelled May 24 due to rain :mrgreen:

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