Was there ever a glossary created for our informal and official slang terms and abbreviations pertaining to our truck? Is it something we were all just born knowing?
You really have no idea what you are asking, lol. That would literally take months of research. Not to mention the factory literature conflicts on many things. AIS motor one day, Idle Control Solenoid the next, Tappet in one book, lifter in another, etc, etc.88_mopar said:It could work. Maybe include a description of what each part does and what years/models had them.
I think a writeup of all the changes that were made to the d/w series throughout it's run would be nice, including what was available on each model or year, maybe something like a wiki-page.
Give a man a fish, he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish....well I'm not sure, but you get the point.dodge88 said:The really cool thing would be to reveal the code to those who can't simply click 'modify' on anyone's post and see the code themselves
See, I never paid attention to the quotes as far as coding was concerned. I just knew I could modify and see what was typed. See, you helped and you didn't even know its ǝoɾ said:I envision it as the "commonly accepted" jargon to RCC. The stuff most of us have some how known for years (or know how to google) but a new person might not.
On a slightly separate note, I did find something I hadn't known before. Yes I knew what they stood for, I meant I didn't know you could include the definition like that.
[acronym=Throttle Body Injection]TBI[/acronym]
[acronym=Central Axle Disconnect]CAD[/acronym]
[abbr=Found On Road Dead]Ford[/abbr]
(mouse over TBI or CAD)
I did know it would pique mild curiosity and various people would go looking for "how to".dodge88 said:See, you helped and you didn't even know it
Hybrid 1ton said:I love watching joe make people work.