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If anyone has had similar problems and came to a soulution please let me know we have tried everything and no positive results so far.
 

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Welcome to the forum.
Curious why you changed the distributor to cure a "puttering sound". My first thought would be an exhaust leak. Any driveability issues?
 

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Have you checked the transmission fluid level? What color is it?
 

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Yes we checked the transmission fluid level, it was leaking and we filled it back up. Color was red.
 

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Plugged catalytic converter would be my next guess.
Anybody else have an ideas?
 

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You do realize the 2003 4.3 has an all welded dual cat y-pipe which has to come off as an assembly and costs $300+
 

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how bout a short video with sound? that might help[ us figure this out.
 

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take it with your phone and post it.
 

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You ran over a pig? Or do you have a pet pig that got under there and chewed on the wiring? When I was young we raised pigs for a few years. A lot of work for the return, but I remember they'll eat anything. That's why wild pigs are such a problem in the south. ;)
 

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You ran over a pig? Or do you have a pet pig that got under there and chewed on the wiring? When I was young we raised pigs for a few years. A lot of work for the return, but I remember they'll eat anything. That's why wild pigs are such a problem in the south. ;)
I hate when that happens, and now I'm all hungry for bacon
 

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You ran over a pig? Or do you have a pet pig that got under there and chewed on the wiring? When I was young we raised pigs for a few years. A lot of work for the return, but I remember they'll eat anything. That's why wild pigs are such a problem in the south. ;)
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You ran over a pig? Or do you have a pet pig that got under there and chewed on the wiring? When I was young we raised pigs for a few years. A lot of work for the return, but I remember they'll eat anything. That's why wild pigs are such a problem in the south. ;)
Lol I meant crank sensor pigtail connector
 

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Yes I know. They do that a lot. Not the best place to have put that sensor.
 
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