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Old 01-15-2005, 09:43 PM   #1
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Don't take your sister with you to the junkyard when you're getting parts for her car.

I was hoping she'd get to see a wrecked version of her car and see that it deforms slightly more than the last thing she wrecked, my truck, twice, but oh no... She had fun... She saw a DIC, I'm working on installing that now... lots of wires.. But at least her speedo an f/g work now. She got all excited when I mentioned the DIC in one of the cars would say "Good Morning" when you start the car in the morning. I should have known better...
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Lessons learned! What is she driving now?
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Old 01-15-2005, 10:55 PM   #3
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That '90 Olds 88, Now she'* wanting the trunk popper and electric mirrors from my '87.. This may never end...
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That'* why you buy an SSE . Got all that stuff... 'cept the "Good Morning".. don't need that ****. I'm glad mine tells me that my doors are open when they are.


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Ha ha!

My car lets me know when there is ice on the road.

Look:.....

On the left is the outside temperature. On the right is the inside temperature

The red blinking light is the ICE alert.

The steady green light on the far left indicates normal electrical current.

Now how'* that for car-driver communication?

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Now that'* pretty cool.
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Ha ha!

My car lets me know when there is ice on the road.

Look:.....

On the left is the outside temperature. On the right is the inside temperature

The red blinking light is the ICE alert.

The steady green light on the far left indicates normal electrical current.

Now how'* that for car-driver communication?
It really knows if there is ice? Our blazer says ice when it is 33-36 degrees out...I think that is it.
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Ha ha!

My car lets me know when there is ice on the road.

Look:.....

On the left is the outside temperature. On the right is the inside temperature

The red blinking light is the ICE alert.

The steady green light on the far left indicates normal electrical current.

Now how'* that for car-driver communication?
It really knows if there is ice? Our blazer says ice when it is 33-36 degrees out...I think that is it.

MY explorer does the same thing...its like 45 out and its like ICE ICE ICE...stupid thing...IT gets confused....
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oh shwap! thats da bomb!
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Ha ha!

My car lets me know when there is ice on the road.

Look:.....

On the left is the outside temperature. On the right is the inside temperature

The red blinking light is the ICE alert.

The steady green light on the far left indicates normal electrical current.

Now how'* that for car-driver communication?

So, what'* it called? And how much?
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