Tru Fire on Tbay

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Tru Fire on Tbay

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Re: Tru Fire on Tbay

Post by TWrenn » Wed Nov 18, 2020 7:41 pm

With no reserve, this could become one heckuva buy for someone, or one heckuva windfall for the seller!!

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Re: Tru Fire on Tbay

Post by Quickm007 » Thu Nov 19, 2020 10:54 am

I do not heard nice comments about Tru Fire. No good customer service at all. Also the device it not good and fail after only few weeks. 3 friends of mine had very bad experience with it. Better stay with good stock coils. That's my opinion as well.
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Re: Tru Fire on Tbay

Post by DanS » Wed Nov 25, 2020 9:28 pm

Auction ended today, went for 278.00.

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Re: Tru Fire on Tbay

Post by TWrenn » Thu Nov 26, 2020 9:11 am

Well both parties fared fairly well. Mario, I had a Tru-Fire on my former '20---came with it when I bought the car. Knew nothing about them til I did some "homework". Frankly, this unit was fantastic, car started immediately, ran smooth, no issues at all. It was on that car for 4 years prior to my purchase, when the engine was rebuilt without a mag, given the paperwork that came with the car. Yes, there's no customer service it seems, and that's sad. But the coils in it are from a Ford Taurus as I recall, and any "self service" shouldn't be all that difficult. The main thing with the T-F that I did find from experience, is KEEP THE CONTACTS on the firewall CLEAN. As in most electronic devices, the least bit of dust,dirt,grime and especially moisture will cause it to act up. Mine would "tell" me when it was time. Half hour of cleaning and back to superior performance. Just my two cents!!

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