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Old 12-28-2003, 10:43 AM   #21
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My dads car already has the Autobahn package. Ill try the ignition thing today for it, thanks Taylor. As for the tranny clunking, if it dies, then hell just get it replaced. Cya
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Old 12-28-2003, 05:51 PM   #22
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The ssei dic says "Are you turning?" checked it out the other day. I wish you could pull codes off it like the caddies. On them you can also change/add other parameters to the dic. Somthing with a master number list. ex. add 19 to the total to add oil pressure or something, the list is somewhere on caddyinfo.com Only works on caddies.
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I just found out my dads been running 89 gas. In the manual it says 91 minimum, do you think that may be the knock retard sensor?
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Hmmm...he can run 89 ONCE in a while...but try to get him to use at least 90 from here on in
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ill never understand why people do that, he'll get less power and less gas mileage. the better gas mileage you get from running the right octane makes up for the extra $$

id only run 89/90 octane if i was going on a long road trip, where its basically all highway, but in city driving, id go 92, at least he'* not using 87!
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