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Old 05-06-2008, 04:39 AM   #1
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Okay all, finally got the car for long enough, and have discovered only these two problems...first off, I believe the compressor is dying/dead for the auto ride system, and i need to know where first to look (fuse and plugs look good), or if anyone happens to have one of these just kinda, I dunno, laying around that they may want to get rid of, and second, my HUD is driving me nuts!!! i need a new adjuster assembly, as mine likes to go to metric and stay there, I have been using a napkin folded up and stuffed under the button, but that is starting to not work anymore Can't find em in the wrecking yard with a good HUD adjuster and for some reason, I can't seem to find any compressors in the wrecking yards either Any help would be great.

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I may have a hud controller for you...PM me later to remind me to look.

As for the air ride...if all the fuses look good, click the button in the trunk. Do you hear a click? If so, your diverter valve is working. Move on to the next easiest fix...relay. The relay is actually located in the engine bay as the maxi center...NOT the cabin. It was this relay that went bad on my old SSEi. Another thing to check is the lever switch on the rear suspension...that'* been known to go bad as well.

If the pump is bad, it isn't hard to tear it down, clean it up, lube, and build up again. I did that...two years ago I think...and it still works like a champ in someone elses car now
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Why thank you very much!!! Tpulliam said something about that for the compressor as well, but as he is still relatively new with the bonnies as well, we couldn't come up with much. Will check these things out here pretty soon. Tired of her draggin her around the streets...lol I will pm ya sometime later in the day for the HUD unit if you have one...thanks
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well we got together today and got the compressor working and also tracked down his vac leaks so now shes runnin and riding better
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'tis is true. Now on to the more fun stuff...like will a M90 fit on my engine and if so, how much mods are needed, and time to find some tires....oh yeah, and why the damn suspension lights won't leave me alone!!!! Time to search the threads...

You didn't wait long before posting, did ya T?
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damn forgot to show you those tires whenever you get some time
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Yeah, I realized that not too long after I left...oh well...

How'* about I check your rubber out tomorrow, (wow, did that ever sound dirty... ), it looks like I may have time tomorrow and the grommets are on thier way, should be in tomrrow as well so I/we can finish the valve cover gaskets....and I have to wait until tomorrow for the vac lines...just got called to do a run.

Oh, yeah, paying for the HUD adjuster tonight, should be on it'* way soon too
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just give me a call and let me know ( that phrase made me wanna
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The M90 will NOT fit that engine in so many ways, I'm not giong into them here. We'll do that at WCBF, and you'll see.

If you need the HUD adjuster, I have sandrock'* (posted above by him, which is why he can't find it) and it'* yours if you need it. I'll cover shipping, no charge, or we can fix it here in 60 days or so. On me.
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The M90 will NOT fit that engine in so many ways, I'm not giong into them here. We'll do that at WCBF, and you'll see.

If you need the HUD adjuster, I have sandrock'* (posted above by him, which is why he can't find it) and it'* yours if you need it. I'll cover shipping, no charge, or we can fix it here in 60 days or so. On me.
Now you tell me, I am getting ready to send payment for the other one...grr....if you want to hang on to it, I will get it from ya when down there...possibly fix also? and looking forward to seeing exactly what the diff is between the two *.c.'*

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just give me a call and let me know ( that phrase made me wanna
LMAO...and I mean your tires...sheesh, everyone these days are so perverted...
So the phrase is correct, I may grow old, but I will NEVER grow up.
I will call you when I get ahold of the parts store in the morning, he wasn't sure what time the grommets would be there.
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