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Old 07-02-2005, 11:37 PM   #11
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well accept that in the blue bonnie my gauges was right and i spun a bearing
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well accept that in the blue bonnie my gauges was right and i spun a bearing
Hence the reason for having it scanned and knowing the real number.
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well accept that in the blue bonnie my gauges was right and i spun a bearing
Hence the reason for having it scanned and knowing the real number.
if u can get a hold of a scan tool go ahead and get the right temp and see if ur gauges are off
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well accept that in the blue bonnie my gauges was right and i spun a bearing
Hence the reason for having it scanned and knowing the real number.
if u can get a hold of a scan tool go ahead and get the right temp and see if ur gauges are off
Or you could just blow your motor like Kenn and Steve did. (Is this an IL thing?)
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well accept that in the blue bonnie my gauges was right and i spun a bearing
Hence the reason for having it scanned and knowing the real number.
if u can get a hold of a scan tool go ahead and get the right temp and see if ur gauges are off
Or you could just blow your motor like Kenn and Steve did. (Is this an IL thing?)
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Scan or estat would be the wise choices. Since I have scanner available to me...I usually scan.
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