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Old 03-10-2013, 03:51 PM   #931
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Never heard of that. Cool.
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Old 03-10-2013, 05:29 PM   #932
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Spring ahead 1 hour to power wash bay!
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The doors had some debris & left over road Salt !!
Power wash really cleaned it up, bottom of door needed attention too!
Time to find some silicone spray for final door prep.
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thats weird. ive never seen a park ave without either the rippled leather in the door or the wood trim piece at the top.

the blue alone is real rare too, let alone the blue cloth.
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Jason it has the wood grain on top where the lighter is etc...just dont see it in photo.
I bought this car because it was blue & cloth..was looking for 1 for quite some time!
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Under Hood....Park Ave had a visitor !!
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leak turned out to be the water pump. big pain in the butt but better than a intake and lower gasket job.
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Washed/waxed it the other day. Looks like I got a lot of touching up to do when the weather gets better.

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Replaced tcc solenoid, both shift solenoids, range selector switch, tranny internal wiring harness, input speed sensor, and output speed sensor on the truck today. Also redid the shifter arm, that I made a couple months ago, since I couldn't get the transmission into park. I had to drill a different hole and readjust the linkage.
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Replaced tcc solenoid, both shift solenoids, range selector switch, tranny internal wiring harness, input speed sensor, and output speed sensor on the truck today. Also redid the shifter arm, that I made a couple months ago, since I couldn't get the transmission into park. I had to drill a different hole and readjust the linkage.
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Is your Olds diesel still running? Id so- WOW!!
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Is your Olds diesel still running? Id so- WOW!!
Ran it a couple times last year. Haven't really messed with it much. I'm still thinking I have air in the fuel lines. Other than that it takes up space in the garage.
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