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Old 09-19-2003, 11:32 AM   #1
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Great find...
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Yea, I had seen that before, good info....
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Apparently, they have stumbled upon this site as well as they offer a link to the Bonneville Club on their home page under "Of Related Interest"
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are those tips valid only for the newer generation?
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I wonder if they are a member here?

I know my model has the delay lock and the unlock feature mentioned.
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lmao.. I was wondering why my gauges sweep back and forth on startup...
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A couple links I found.
http://www.pontiacenthusiast.com
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http://www.phoenixgraphix.com
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Ok my gauges don't do that sweep thing , I'll pay more attention next time but I'm sure they just go to the normal places.
And that demographics definitely doesn't describe me.
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My gages don't peg at all. But it is funny to watch my gas gage needle....floats floats...SPROING...

Its kinda cool.
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