Discussion in 'Colorado Explorer Contingent' started by 2TimingTom, October 15, 2015.
Can't remember, are you auto or 5speed?
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It's auto. Which could explain part of this issue.
I also plugged the octane shorting bar in today. It's been unplugged for who knows how long. I'm hoping that'll help a bit
So did it help any? We didn't end up getting out at all last weekend, even as with as fun as the snow looked.
It seems to have helped. It definitely has more power compared to it being unplugged. Still waiting for a warm day to see if the engine will run cooler with it plugged in.