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Old 07-31-2005, 09:37 PM   #21
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we were just happy to help you get started...

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Nate drove me crazy on the phone when i was trying to explaing resistor values...

im sure the 15 or so beers didnt help tho
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we were just happy to help you get started...

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Nate drove me crazy on the phone when i was trying to explaing resistor values...

im sure the 15 or so beers didnt help tho
Ya...could just mentioned a poteniameter.......

Plus our resistors weren't adding up like you said they should be.
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all i could do was hold the FLUKE like thing when you were testing to see if the keys worked. i wish i was more knowledgeable.
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all i could do was hold the FLUKE like thing when you were testing to see if the keys worked. i wish i was more knowledgeable.
all in due time steve...all in due time
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Good thing i decided to not lotion up (sunburn) and shower up after the track. Glad i was able to get the ball rolling, and those alligator clips are holding your car together now.

+1 for impulse buying.
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+1 for impulse buying.

Very good call right there....Thoswe helped IMENSELY (sp?)
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I've got a billion resistors but Randy had the vats resistor packs from alarm installs. Made our job a ton easier.
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where do you get them?
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AND LAST, BUT NOT LEAST I OWE A BIG, BIG BIG FAVOR TO NATE, WHO DENIED HIMSELF THE THRILL OF SEEING BADSSEI (even though it *only* ran a mid-11) AND 8-BALL ALONG WITH THE REST OF THE GUYS TEAR UP BYRON, JUST TO BRAINSTORM, TEST, SWAP PARTS FROM HIS 95 SSEI, AND DO MOST OF THE WORK WHILE I SAT AROUND KICKING THE DIRT (and my bumper and tires).
There were so many frustating things, with one thing after another getting our hopes up, just to peeve us further.
Nate, I owe you many, many beers since there were none there while we were working on my car......That was a good 3 case job, with so much frustation.
Meh......

You had to get the car going to try an make it home last night, sorry that it didn't get figured out before it was already too late.

Besides, how would you have gotten anything done if I had gone to the track? Kinda a hot day to be walking about town, between the car and hotel, and various 30 other places we went too (too bad we never made it to Damon'* again ). Besides, I never know when I'm gonna need a big help on something....So I may as well make it worth it to somebody that I may need to get a hold of to help me with something I can't figure out. Besides, I also had plenty of tools and the same exact car as you concerning engine, VATS system, PCM etc.....

That bar sucked bad BTW if anyone was wondering.
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where do you get them?
I'm a packrat so i kept all of the unused VATS packs from just about every remote start I installed. I threw away about 100 packs a couple years ago but kept about 20 or so.

If you have a buddy in the mobile electronics industry or are friendly with a retailer in your area, ask them to give you a few packs. Not all starters come with a pack but Prestiege and DEI products usually do. These are nice cause there is one resistor for each VATS value and I haven't run across one that was beyond the +/-5% tollerance yet.
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