Takuro Spirit
takurospirit
9/12/19
2:30 PM
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A good tech can sneak the sensor out without removing the intake plenum. But since warranty calls for removal to repair, might as well book the full time.

9/4/19
7:15 PM
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Its been good for me, having one fully disassembled and once-modified car, and one nearly 100% original and complete. I just hope I remember it all or take good enough pics when it comes time to put the Trans Am back together. 

9/4/19
6:53 PM
3

I had a Firebird as a teen that someone had enough of the windshield antenna and had drilled a hole into the quarter panel to put in a regular mast.

9/4/19
6:44 PM
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I think you’re right about the reminder card. I’ve always seen the holders, but never the cards in use.

9/4/19
4:24 PM
3

Eddie’s aged a fair bit better than Martin Lawrence seems to have, and has been lying just as low so he’s ripe for a comeback.

9/3/19
3:48 PM
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Yes we do, with every gas station becoming a damn grocery store/restaurant combo inside. Kwik Trip and Casey’s seem to have started it.

8/26/19
11:49 AM
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Hood bubbling is affecting nearly every manufacturer that uses aluminum hoods. Ford is worse, but at least they will replace the whole hood under warranty. FCA will only allow a re-paint unless there’s an actual rust HOLE.

8/22/19
3:03 PM
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yeah but most techs are lazy and I can mark the profit up on the parts since its such a good deal

8/22/19
2:33 PM
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Yeah I like the old tech and torque of the 3.8. Got one in our 2008 parts van. 200k on her and she runs like new.

8/21/19
5:25 PM
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I have a 3.2 out of a Cherokee that’s missing a few parts but has no miles on it. Love to see you stab that in there and make it work.

8/21/19
2:32 PM
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I haven’t checked to see if this one works. It may become #5 (came with the car)

8/21/19
2:25 PM
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I love making something out of nothing. Especially if the thing you need either doesn’t exist, or is too expensive.