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Old 05-22-2007, 01:25 PM   #11
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Old 05-22-2007, 01:28 PM   #12
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Well I didn't "fix" anything at the meet but as soon as I got home I did fix my 94 with the traction control/ride switches Bill supplied me, plus the seat switches from the junk yard, and most importantly my Auto-headlamp sensor which now works again!

As far as "mods" go I guess my new "Pontiac badge/trunk keyhole delete" should count, as well as I modded my brain with a wealth of knowledge gained from Don (JR3800) and Boosty........thanks guys!!!
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I polished my supercharger and...oh...wait...that wasn't me, that was Haro. I wasn't at NEBF.

And I don't have a supercharger.

...crap...
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Need I say more
now that'* where my badge went

seriously though. that looks stock
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Don & Bill (along with about 12 other people watching/helping/taking pics) changed my wheel bearings (both sides), brake pads & rotors. I now belong to the Ceramic Pad Club.
I did manage to bruise my arm trying to pull out the rear plug wires to install the neat Intense Wire Boot Covers that some really cool friends gave to me. They matched the color scheme of my car (Silver/maple red).
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That Ford badge reaaaaly has to come off
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Junkyard front airbag sensor ( original was rusted and split open )
New front brake pads
Drilled out hood latch bolt holes to get hood to fit better
Fixed the recline function on my passenger side AL7 seat
Cleaned the compressor for my AL7s, finally have full functions... ahhhhhh
adjustable vacuum modulator for transmission.... WOW love it!!!


I think that is it......
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I think that is it......

polish/full Zano job?
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I think that is it......

polish/full Zano job?
How soon we forget!

Not that is matters but 600th post!
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