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Old 03-02-2004, 09:55 PM   #51
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If your going to do the years (and this is what I learned previously) Use all the years. Break it down because others will think that there car is left out or that year dont have the option.
What i said only applies to the 98 and 99...

I never knew the 96-97 had an H4u option. No one'* ever said it.
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I mentioned this a while back but it never got the attention.
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If your going to do the years (and this is what I learned previously) Use all the years. Break it down because others will think that there car is left out or that year dont have the option.
What i said only applies to the 98 and 99...

I never knew the 96-97 had an H4u option. No one'* ever said it.
in 1997 the body became the SSE style

93-96 were the only years that had the H4U option group in an SE body
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But do ya got leatha!!! Or ghetto'd silvas?
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nope, he dont. even if he did, his shifter is stll on the stering wheel

*Edit wrong car* with the shifter. He does have the floor shifter. I was thinking of the 91.
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He just said he had 45 45 buckets...

Theres a red 92 or 93 with a leather bench seat here in the lot. The girl who drives it, isn't as hot as the car... :(
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I got a headache from reading this post! I need a beer now.
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I got a headache from reading this post! I need a beer now.
Drink 2 for me while your at it.
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ok, then that'* a definate no on the T/C.
On your car all it does is kill the engine timing (read:HP) when the car slips. 92-93 applied ABS.
The 94'* use applied braking, not timing retard.
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ok, then that'* a definate no on the T/C.
On your car all it does is kill the engine timing (read:HP) when the car slips. 92-93 applied ABS.
The 94'* use applied braking, not timing retard.
Blah...either way, I have no idea what you are talking about.
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