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I am in need of all the 'consumable' parts in the engine compartment of a '93 Dodge Cummins!  Pretty neat old truck, but previous owner left the block heater plugged in for months.....  I suspect that is what caused it to burn.  But he also had been spending money at the dealer for them to fix a headlight issue...... So.  It's hard to say what casued this.

So far, all I've found is a core support.  Drivers fender is fine.

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I know up here 1st gen parts are like hens teeth. Most wrecking yards are up here dont even have Dodge trucks because they are purchased before they hit the yard.

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Is it an Auto or a manual? I think I have a firewall harness for a manual. I also have a right side fender with fenderwell and the air filter attached. I also have a hood.

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Hey!  That sounds good!  It is an auto but that would get me closer than I am now!

Did you get my voicemail?

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yes. sorry was going to call you then forgot. the fender and hood are yours. call me at 208-695-5338

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i still have a first gen parts dually.

 

gonna let it go asap.

 

or it will go to scrap...............

 

 

 

 

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Im driving by salvage yrd in a gew minutes ill eye

 The 1st gens used to be all over

You might look at a painless harness to. Or even a chevy harness one way or another itl work 

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