I would go with some 4.88's and air lockers. You can go a lot slower with an auto than a manual transmission so I wouldn't bother with a toybox if you could even get one. There was only a few 5 speeds with a toybox when I got mine. I have a 4.7 toybox and crazy low has rarely been used. The...
I would try bypassing the thermo sensor and the emissions board and activate the VSV manually and see if you get air from the bypass hose. If that works, chances are you have a bad emission board or loose connector.
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I called BFG earlier this week about 33x10.5 AT. They have no plans to stop making the tire and should be coming out with a production run soon. All the people that have back orders placed will get the first ones and so it might take some time before they start showing up in stock. If you want...
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If the fuse is bad or open, then you will measure 12V across the fuse. If they are all good, the you should not measure any noticeable voltage across the fuses. This is done with the truck on so be careful where you put the leads. You can also pull fuses and measure continuity.
So the VSV's are...
You sure a fuse wasn't pulled out when it was desmogged? Double check all your fuses. Measure voltage across them with the truck running. They should all be zero. The emission board provides a ground from what I remember. Unplug each VSV and measure the plug coming to it with your meter. How did...
If you tried multiple boards, the pins in connector to the board could still be pushed back and not making contact. Pull the board and take off the enclosure and then measure continuity from the back of each pin in the connector to the back of the associated pin behind the plug on the board.
You might of covered this already but he first things that come to mind to try are:
Pull off the vacuum hose going to the ASV & ABV and use a hand pump to check the vacuum.
Check the vacuum supply to the both.
Pull off the hose going back to the air cleaner. You should feel the air if it is in...